Ceva Logistics has renewed its contract with seafood supplier John West Foods for another three years. This latest win comes just one month after Ceva Logistics clinched a deal with white goods manufacturer Miele to extend its long-running contract for another five years. Under the John West Foods deal, which has already seen a 25% increase in throughput, Ceva will continue to manage the inbound container movements from the Port of Felixstowe to its Mendlesham site, where it processed more […]
Turnover at Ceva Logistics fell 6% in the first three months of 2013, while its profit halved as the company continued with its cost reduction measures.
20) Michael O’Donoghue Title: executive vice president for the UK, Ireland and Nordics, Ceva Logistics After a painful and damaging refinancing and restructuring that saw several major customers move work away, Ceva Logistics is now back on the up.
Ceva has singled out the performance of its business in the UK for having a “very strong year” in 2011 after the Netherlands-based logistics giant revealed a 10% rise in profit. Speaking to MT.co.uk, Leigh Pomlett, president for Northern Europe at Ceva, singled out delivery from the UK and Poland as “two countries that have performed” as, globally, the firm saw revenue rise just 0.7% to €6.8bn (£5.6bn)for the year ending 31 December 2011. EBITDA rose 9.9%, when accounting for […]