CEVA And Ford Expand Relationship in Michigan

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Tuesday, June 24, 2014

 

CEVA Logistics, one of the world’s leading supply chain management companies, today announced an expansion of service with Ford Motor Company.  CEVA will provide the inbound transportation logistics for Ford’s new Coldwater Origin Distribution Center, in Coldwater, Michigan. CEVA has served Ford as a transportation provider for more than 20 years.

CEVA’s transportation operations will be based in various Michigan locations and provide pickup and delivery to the Coldwater ODC.

“It’s a tremendous privilege for CEVA to help support the expansion of this new Ford facility.  We are proud and excited to receive this award of business from one of our largest global customers,” said Kerry Zielinski, CEVA’s Vice President of Business Development and Ford account lead for the Americas. “Our customer’s growth in the Automotive industry has fueled our company’s expansion and market leadership in the Automotive sector as well.”

“Our focus each day is to provide efficient and cost effective operations that serve our customers’ business objectives,” said Jim Barnett, Vice President of Business Development for the Automotive sector in the Americas.  “We appreciate the trust and commitment that Ford has shown in awarding CEVA this business and look forward to contributing to the operation’s success.”

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