CEVA Logistics Launches Guaranteed Services

CEVA Logistics, a leading global supply chain management company, today announced it will officially launch Guaranteed Delivery services in the United States and Canada on December 1, 2008. Supported by one of the largest forwarder networks in North America, CEVA’s Guaranteed Delivery services offer customers a secure chain of custody with real-time, web-enabled visibility.

CEVA Logistics handles over two billion pounds of air and surface cargo within its network in the United States and Canada annually. This business is supported by fifteen strategic airline partners, 1,500 weekly line-haul dispatches and a fleet of nearly 2,000 pick-up and delivery drivers. CEVA’s guaranteed service is supported by 24-hour live customer support to provide proactive response to any potential service disruptions and to ensure CEVA’s performance meets the customers’ requirements.

“CEVA’s legacy of premier service within the United States and Canada has long been a defining characteristic of our success,” says Chris Monica, executive vice president, sales and marketing. “And now, with our new Guaranteed and time-definite service options, our customers have access to an unprecedented suite of domestic expedite services that gives them greater control, reduced risk, improved velocity and ultimately lowered delivered cost on their critical shipments.”

In addition to Guaranteed Delivery services, CEVA’s Domestic Expedite suite-of-services include Air Charter, Aircraft-on-Ground (AOG) and Ground Expedite service.

For more information contact:
Laura Gorham

CEVA. Making Business Flow

CEVA Logistics is a leading global supply chain management company. We provide end-to-end design, implementation and operational solutions in contract logistics and freight forwarding to large and medium-sized national and multinational companies. CEVA employs 56,000 people and runs an extensive global network with facilities in over 100 countries. Following the acquisition of EGL in August 2007, the new combined company had pro forma sales of € 6.3 billion. For more information, please visit www.cevalogistics.com


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