TecnoCom is a leading Spanish Information and Communication Technology service provider with a strong presence in both the Spanish market and in Portugal, Chile, Peru, Mexico and Colombia. The contract renewal includes warehousing and distribution of spare parts throughout Spain and Portugal.
CEVA will also be responsible for the screening check of returned products to the warehouse: parts in the returns flows will be thoroughly checked for defects and allocated either to repair streams or for disposal; depending on the defect. “CEVA will also support the network of 570 TecnoCom technicians by providing the spare parts they require for each project across a range of equipment. We will manage the transport, delivery and collection of products to either a specific Point of Delivery (POD) or small local warehouses” commented Bart Beeks, Technology & Consumer Division Director for CEVA in Iberia.
“CEVA’s ability to manage a large number of product references – approximately 50,000 - and around 100,000 shipments a year with timely delivery skills were decisive factors in our choice of CEVA as our logistics partner,” added Sagrario Alonso, TecnoCom’s Procurement Director.
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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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