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RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil: October 03, 2018. Brazil's largest online retailer Saraiva is expanding its distribution network in South-East Brazil with support from Ceva Logistics.

From its multi-user warehouse at Extrema in the Minas Gerais municipality, Ceva will manage more than one million products the company offers to the Brazilian market via its e-commerce service and a network of 115 physical stores throughout the country.

Saraiva Brazil"Ceva Logistics is enabling us to strengthen our unique customer strategy of offering both e-commerce and physical store options,” commented Saraiva Logistics manager Alexandre Faria. “Not only will it provide us with greater agility in domestic deliveries, we will also be able to restock our physical stores faster”.

The new facility will specialize in telephony, computing and gaming and allow Saraiva's customers to choose a ‘Turbo Delivery’ option for next-day delivery for orders placed before 3pm.

Ceva already employs 500 staff for the retailer providing order picking services, warehousing, inventory management and shipping via two distribution centres.

Begun in 1914, Saraiva’s online business is now 30 percent of the company’s range of educational, cultural and entertainment products and services. In 2017 more than 30 million products were shipped to its stores and over 10 million individual items were sold through its e-commerce platform.

The company was founded by Joaquim Ignácio da Fonseca Saraiva, a Portuguese immigrant, who opened a small second-hand bookstore in Largo do Ouvidor in São Paulo. Due to its location near the Largo de São Francisco Law School, it became popular with law professors and students and so began specializing in law books.

Saraiva published his first book, Casamento Civil (Civil Marriage), within the decade to begin a focus that would continue for the next 30 years and eventually establish the company as the most respected publisher of law books in the country.

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