CEVA Logistics opens new warehouse in Vietnam

The 10,000-sqm facility was designed to provide storage and fulfilment solutions with value-added services for e-commerce logistics.


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CEVA Logistics has further expanded its reach in Southeast Asia with the opening of a new warehouse located in Bien Hoa City, Dong Nai Province in Vietnam.

Strategically located near Ho Chi Minh City’s Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN), this new facility will provide connections to Vietnam’s eastern economic zone and is expected to address the storage and distribution needs across various industries.

The multiuser distribution centre, spanning 10,000 square metres, was designed to provide storage and fulfilment solutions for with value-added services, such as co-packing, labelling, kitting and consolidation services for B2B and B2C distribution across Vietnam.

The forwarder said the warehouse will serve as its main hub for south and central Vietnam and will leverage on its in-house warehouse management system capabilities and suite of solutions.

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“This new facility allows us to continue to expand our capabilities in support of our customers’ growth in Vietnam complementing our air, ocean and ground services,” said Elaine Low, regional managing director, Southeast Asia & Pacific at CEVA Logistics.

“It will provide customers with additional storage and various services to meet their rapidly expanding supply chain needs in the country,” she noted.

Low noted that the warehouse in Bien Hoa City is ideally positioned to take advantage of future transportation infrastructure projects in the area, such as the Cat Lai Bridge connecting Dong Nai to Cat Lai port and the new Long Thanh International Airport scheduled for completion in 2025 with cargo capacity of up to 1.2 million tonnes per year.



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