Freight News, Logistics

Ceva grows down Mexico way

[ March 8, 2014   //   ]

CEVA Logistics is expanding its operations in four strategic Mexico markets with new facilities in Guadalajara and Monterrey and the expansion of its existing locations in Mexico City and in Queretaro. Boris Franchomme, CEVA’s senior vice president for Mexico and Central America said the move reflected the strength of Mexico’s economy and CEVA’s strong commitment to the market and that CEVA planned to position itself as the leading logistics provider in the country.

The new facility in Guadalajara has 70,000 sq ft (6,500 sq m) of built-to-suit space and features cargo monitoring by closed circuit television and cross dock capability for all cargo, with seven docks and one ramp.  In Monterey, the new and expanded location consolidates several previously existing facilities into a larger central warehouse.

In Queretaro, an existing multi customer warehouse has expanded from 130,000 sq ft (12,100 sq m) to over 180,000 sq ft (16,700 sq m) due to strong demand from automotive and aerospace customers.

And the flagship location in Mexico, opened three years ago in the north of Mexico City, has now relocated within the same industrial park and expanded from 80,000 sq ft (7430 sq m) to over 215,000 sq ft (20,000 sq m) of warehousing space.

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