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Mazda Australia makes CEVA its sole Australian transport provider [29/Jul/2015]
CEVA opens new industrial spare parts DC in Born, the Netherlands [20/Jul/2015]
CEVA Logistics has announced the opening of a global distribution centre for industrial spare parts, consisting of warehousing space of 12,000 sq m and a yard of 10,000 sq m in Born, the Netherlands. Read Full Article...
CEVA wins two year contract with Volvo for North American customs brokerage [15/Jul/2015]
Yusen’s joint venture with Mazda provides spare parts logistics services [23/Jun/2015]
Yusen Logistics has announced that its joint venture with Mazda Logistics, Mazda Logistics and Yusen Asia, has started providing full-scale automotive spare parts logistic services in Thailand. Read Full Article...
CEVA launches TireCity in Italy [17/Jun/2015]
GAC opens four new logistics offices in the US [02/Jun/2015]
GAC Group has announced that it is opening four new offices in the US, strategically located to provide customers across a broad range of sectors and markets with coverage at key logistics hubs. Read Full Article...
Neovia Logistic extends Jaguar Land Rover aftermarket logistics contracts [19/May/2015]
DHL Inside Track to manage Jaguar Land Rover’s finished vehicles globally [19/May/2015]
DHL Supply Chain’s specialist automotive sales and marketing services business, Inside Track, has been awarded contract to manage Jaguar Land Rover’s special finished vehicles around the world. Read Full Article...
BWI Group extends partnership with GEFCO UK [30/Apr/2015]
BMW breaks ground on new port facility in Texas [24/Apr/2015]
The BMW Group has broken ground at the site of a new vehicle distribution centre at the Port of Galveston in the US. The facility will be used to import vehicles for 45 dealers across Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas. Read Full Article...
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