Ceva Logistics has won 10-year contracts with four major retailers with a combined value of $400m (£260.2m). The supply chain management firm will provide warehousing, store deliveries, e-commerce fulfilment, returns and international distribution to ladies’ fashion retailers Coast, Karen Millen, Oasis and Warehouse. The new contracts will be run out of a newly-acquired 25,000m² facility in Oxfordshire. The semi-automated site, which employs 330 people, will handle the processing and storage of both hanging and boxed garments and fashion accessories. As […]
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