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Ceva Logistics opens TireCity in Italy
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Jun '15
Ceva Logistics, a supply chain company has opened a TireCity in the province of Lodi, Italy which covers an area of 50,000 sq metres.

According to a Ceva Logistics press release, the facility is fully dedicated to the warehousing, handling and cross docking of products in the tire sector.

TireCity, along with the ‘City of Books’, ‘City of Pharma’ and ‘TechCity’, dedicated to the publishing, healthcare and electronics sectors, respectively, is the fourth sector-specific hub to open in Italy.

Ceva is of the opinion that the future of supply chains in Italy is focused on a collaborative approach by sharing infrastructures, networks, people and processes through sector-focused multi user hubs.

"We have decided to create a new sector-focused multi user hub dedicated to the tire sector, to continue to drive additional value for leading companies,” Giuseppe Chiellino, Ceva’s Italian MD said.

“Thanks to TireCity we are now able to create economies of scale and learning, sharing knowledge, best practice and innovation, optimising transport flows and increasing productivity,” he added.

“This hub is also the beginning of a strategic course of growth in the auto sector in Italy that starts from tires as a key element for cars, motorcycles, industrial and agricultural vehicles," Chiellino noted.

"In the current economic climate, Ceva’s collaborative approach can be an opportunity for innovative processes, improving supply chain responsiveness to meet user demand and reducing costs," he observed.

"The launch of TireCity reinforces CEVA's leading presence in the Italian logistics market and accelerates our growth in the tire and automotive sector,” Alberto Scagnetti, vice president at Ceva in Italy too said.

"Thanks to our operations excellence approach and relentless focus on impeccable standards, Ceva will meet the increasingly sophisticated needs of our tire customers and ensure efficiency,” Scagnetti also added. (AR)

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