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CEVA wins contract with Retailcorp
Nov '09
CEVA Logistics, a leading global supply chain management company, has signed a one year agreement with Retailcorp Brands South Africa. Retailcorp is an organization involved in the retailing, promoting, marketing and trading of goods and services in the United Arab Emirates and Gulf region.

CEVA will offer Retailcorp a complete logistics service, managing 60.000 items, including clothes, sports equipment and footwear products, every year. The logistics operator will take charge of ocean and air products importations through Johannesburg and Cape Town hubs, managing customs brokerage and offer the company contract logistics solutions, ensuring direct deliveries to stores. CEVA will dedicate five vehicles to Retailcorp activities.

Pam Cornish, Regional Director for South Africa, said: “CEVA has built its reputation on outstanding solutions that meet the specific needs of its customers, combining its know-how in every industrial sector with its experience in offering every type of logistics service: Retailcorp decided to choose our company thanks to our technologically advanced solutions and our knowledge of South African requests and rules. CEVA projects the most suitable freight solutions in order to offer a flexible, reliable and cost-effective freight service”.

Retailcorp is part of the portfolio of Dubai World, one of the largest holding companies in the world and Dubai's flag bearer in global investments. Dubai World manages and supervises a diversified portfolio of businesses and projects for the Government of Dubai and works towards making Dubai a leading hub for global trade and commerce.

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