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Dubai, uae, United Arab Emirates, 2009/03/25 - CEVA Logistics, one of the world’s leading supply chain companies, has renewed its partnership with GO Sport - the largest distributor of sports gear in the United Arab Emirates - for the management of their supply chain in the Middle East.
The new contract includes home delivery and assembly solutions with the support of a dedicated fleet. All activities will be carried out at the new CEVA warehouse in the Jafza region, a site that plays a central role in the company's development strategy for the Middle East.
GO Sport, the third largest distributor of sports clothing, footwear and equipments in France, with 160 stores worldwide and five in the Middle East, started its cooperation with CEVA in 2007. Today 90% of GO Sport's Middle-Eastern supply chain is managed by CEVA, which processes over 1.5 million garments, sporting equipment and accessories for the retailer.
“We consider GO Sport's decision to confirm its trust in CEVA for the management of its logistics activities in the Middle East, as a recognition of our ability to support our customers in their transformation and expansion processes, providing services customized to their changing needs" commented Gianfranco Sgro, President of CEVA for South Europe, Middle East and Africa.
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CEVA Logistics (cevalogistics.com) is a leading global supply chain management company. We provide end-to-end design, implementation and operational solutions in contract logistics and freight management to large and medium-sized national and multinational companies. CEVA employs circa 50,000 people and runs an extensive global network with facilities in over 100 countries. For the year ending 31 December 2008, the Group reported revenues of €6.3bn.
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