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Ceva takes space at Doncaster’s iPort

[ March 27, 2017   //   ]

CEVA Logistics has opened a shared-user warehouse at the new iPort intermodal logistics park on the outskirts of Doncaster.
The 215,800 square foot facility features VNA (Very Narrow Aisle) and gravity fed racking for high density of storage and can accommodate up to 28,000 pallets. It is also next to the a 35 acre rail terminal, and has parking bays for 110 trucks. It also has an in-rack sprinkler system and Transported Asset Protection Association security standards

Ceva is operating the facility on behalf of a number of consumer and retail customers and will offer warehousing, planning, transport, administration, customized value-added services and cross-docking.

CEVA’s executive vice president UK, Ireland and Nordics, Michael O’Donoghue, said: “This is an important investment for CEVA. It is a statement of the confidence we have in our business and most importantly, it will bring tangible benefits to our customers through economies of scale, shared resources and CEVA’s industry leading technology.”

He added: “The modern design of the facility and the built-in energy saving features such as intelligent LED lighting will enable us to reduce our overall carbon footprint and increase the sustainability of our operation whilst at the same time delivering the best-in-class services our customers have come to rightly expect.”

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