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DP World CFS 2 DP World Logistics recently opened a new 6,000 square metre high-end warehouse at Container Freight Station 2 (CFS 2), offering new storage solutions for customers at the Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza).

DP World Logistics, an integrated supply chain and logistics services provider, catering to businesses across the UAE, aims to ensure quality precision handling and fast rotation and deliveries of imports and exports throughout the Middle East and beyond. Staying true to its goal of enabling seamless trade around the world, the company’s CFS 2 warehouse offers a total of 12,500 pallet positions using Very Narrow Aisle (VNA) racking systems, storing cargo up to 18 metres high. On a combined plot size of 60,000 square metres, CFS 2 can handle up to 6,000 Twenty-foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) per month.

The company currently operates out of six facilities in Jebel Ali, handling a combined total volume of 300,000 TEUs per annum across its three business units. Their service offerings include CFS Operations, Warehousing & Supply Chain Solutions and Freight Forwarding Operations.

Their assets, consisting of 200,000 square metres of yard operations, 35,000 square metres of cross-dock warehousing, 10,000 square metres of cold storage and 6,000 square metres of cool storage solutions, create real value for customers who aim to carry out logistics operations with maximum output and efficient use of labour.

Abdulla Bin Damithan, CEO & Managing Director, DP World UAE & Jafza said: “As part of DP World, a global smart trade enabler, DP World Logistics is continually on a journey of business transformation with new product innovations and developments. Our shared commitment to improve end-to-end logistics performance in moving cargo around the world, underpinned by innovations in logistics-led solutions has maximised opportunities for our customers over the years. The new CFS 2 warehouse is yet another step in supporting our customers better, helping them explore varied business opportunities and move forward with tremendous growth potential in the region. As a reliable, trustworthy and time-bound logistics partner, we will continue creating a complete end-to-end logistics trade journey from and to high-growth markets for our clients.”

Centrally positioned in one of the fastest developing regions of the world, DP World Logistics capitalises on DP World’s capabilities and high-end IT platforms to ensure goods are stored, distributed and delivered efficiently using a multimodal transportation model, combining port, shipping line, sea freight, air freight and trucking solutions.

Emirates SkyCargo adds UK Customers based in the UAE can now enjoy fast delivery on their shopping from the UK with Emirates Delivers.

Emirates Delivers, the e-commerce platform of Emirates SkyCargo, enables customers to shop from multiple online retailers in the UK, consolidate their purchases, and have the goods delivered directly to their door.

Thousands of UAE-based shoppers have been using Emirates Delivers to shop from US retailers since it launched in 2019. The introduction of Emirates Delivers UK is a welcome addition just in time for last minute festive shopping from some of the UK’s biggest and most loved brands, with the strong dollar adding to the attraction of online shopping from UK retailers.

Emirates Delivers is a fast, reliable, and cost-effective e-commerce shipping solution for both individual customers, as well as small businesses who regularly make online purchases for their personal or business needs. It is an open e-commerce fulfilment platform that can also be used by other e-commerce businesses and logistics integrators.

Customers can take advantage of the competitive shipping rates offered by Emirates Delivers to move their goods from the UK to Dubai. Customers also benefit from reduced shipping weight as unneeded packaging material from each individual shipment is removed when Emirates Delivers repack the goods into one consolidated box.

To use Emirates Delivers UK, customers have to register on www.emiratesdelivers.uk to be allocated a unique and free Emirates Delivers mailing address in the UK. Registration is free. Customers already signed-up to the Emirates Delivers US service can use a handy drop-down link in the menu after logging onto their accounts.

Items purchased from UK e-commerce retailers will be delivered to a customer’s Emirates Delivers address in the UK, where goods can be stored free of charge for up to 30 days. Customers can continue to shop and build up their purchases with the flexibility to create a shipping request anytime within these 30 days. Once a shipping request is created, their purchases will be consolidated into one parcel and delivered to their designated UAE address within 3-5 days.

Customers may also request for photos to be taken of the packages before these are transported to Dubai on one of Emirates SkyCargo’s multiple daily flights departing from the UK. Customers can track their packages with Emirates Delivers from the moment it reaches the warehouse in the UK to the moment it lands on their doorstep in the UAE.

A dedicated fleet of Emirates Delivers vans are deployed to complete the final step of the process dropping all consolidated shopping in one box to the customer’s doorstep anywhere in the UAE within the three to five day period.

Emirates SkyCargo offers cargo capacity on Emirates’ fleet of modern wide-body aircraft including 11 Boeing 777-Fs freighters. It operates two state-of-the-art cargo terminals at its hub in Dubai and has developed specialised air transportation products for specific industry verticals.

To the UK, Emirates offers cargo capacity on over 119 weekly flights to 7 cities, operating: six flights a day to London Heathrow; three times daily to Gatwick; daily to Stansted; three times daily to Manchester, double daily to Birmingham; daily to Newcastle; and daily to Glasgow.

The carrier operates to 13 destinations in the US, offering cargo capacity on over 100 weekly flights including scheduled freighter services to destinations including Columbus, Chicago, Houston, and New York.

dhl Ford Pro Ford Pro and Deutsche Post DHL Group recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding to accelerate the deployment of electrified vans used for logistics operations worldwide.

In doing so, both companies outline their commitment to provide sustainable/green services.

Underscoring the planned collaboration, Ford Pro will equip Deutsche Post DHL Group with more than 2,000 electric delivery vans worldwide by the end of 2023 to enhance its leading position in using electric vans for last mile delivery worldwide. The inked agreement covers a full suite of solutions to operate the electric fleet including access to Ford Pro's connected E-Telematics software and charging solutions in order to reduce costs and optimise efficiency as a part of the two organisations' common zero emission goals.

Ford is targeting zero emissions for all vehicle sales and carbon neutrality across its European footprint of facilities, logistics and suppliers by 2035, and carbon neutrality globally no later than 2050.

Deutsche Post DHL Group, the world's leading logistics company, is committed to strengthen clean operations for climate protection and will invest EUR 7 billion in the current decade on its path to net-zero emissions logistics. Deutsche Post DHL Group is targeting a share of 60% e-vehicles used for carbon neutral pick-up and delivery by 2030, now also powered by Ford Pro's line-up of electrified vehicles including the all-new E-Transit.1

"Ford Pro and Deutsche Post DHL Group share the vision of greater sustainability and a commitment to electrified solutions, and this agreement is a major step towards millions of deliveries being completed by electrified vehicles around the world. E-Transit is the top-selling commercial EV in North America and since June is also the best-seller in its segment in Europe, meaning the all-electric 2-tonne van is already making big strides to support this ambition," said Hans Schep, general manager, Ford Pro, Europe.

"Electrification of last mile logistics is a major pillar to decarbonize our operations. Adding the new Ford E-Transit to our global fleet of around 27,000 electric vans further strengthens our capability of providing green delivery services worldwide. Joining forces to address our logistics specific requirements will drive operational and service efficiency further," said Anna Spinelli, Chief Procurement Officer & Head of Mobility, Deutsche Post DHL Group.

Ford Pro has already handed over its first E-Transits under the agreement, joining Deutsche Post DHL Group's electric fleet used for last mile deliveries in several countries worldwide.2 The order volume concentrates on the E-Transit panel vans designed for handling express shipments in the Americas and Europe. The vehicles join the Deutsche Post DHL Group fleet at the busiest time of year making more sustainable deliveries possible to customers during peak season. Additionally purchases of Ford Pro Special Vehicles with a customized box for inner city distribution in Germany, were concluded.

The Memorandum of Understanding, signed by Ford and Deutsche Post DHL Group, will potentially allow both companies to explore the co-development of future products as well as new digital and charging solutions. In addition to providing early access to innovative ideas, Ford Pro will also deliver Deutsche Post DHL Group access to test vehicles and monitoring services as the two companies explore to expand their cooperation to a growing number of markets globally.

Logistics UK Trade and Devolution Logistics UK has today (05 December 2022) announced the appointment of Nichola Mallon as Head of Trade and Devolved Policy within its highly experienced policy team.

With over 14 years of experience working within local government, the devolved Assembly and government in Northern Ireland (NI), Ms. Mallon brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the team.

Kate Jennings, Director of Policy at Logistics UK, comments: “We are thrilled to have Nichola join our growing team. As the business organisation representing the logistics industry, Logistics UK is always looking to deliver more for its members and Nichola’s appointment allows us to reinforce Logistics UK’s unique position as the only business group representing the entire industry, while benefiting from her wide-ranging experience and knowledge and relationships with the devolved administration in NI and the wider UK Governments. 

In addition to working as the Minister for Infrastructure in the Northern Ireland Assembly, Ms. Mallon holds a BA (Hons) in Political Science & Economics, as well as a MA in Comparative Ethnic Conflict. Asked about her new role, Ms. Mallon comments: “I am delighted to be joining Logistics UK and look forward to working with colleagues, members and stakeholders to create positive outcomes across industry. I have a detailed understanding of how public policy is developed from inside government, with a strong record of accomplishment in building collaboration across all sectors and delivering successful campaigns for change, and I am looking forward to using all my experience to achieve more for our members.”

Logistics UK is one of the UK’s leading business groups, representing logistics businesses which are vital to keeping the UK trading, and more than seven million people directly employed in the making, selling and moving of goods. With COVID-19, Brexit, new technology and other disruptive forces driving change in the way goods move across borders and through the supply chain, logistics has never been more important to UK plc. Logistics UK supports, shapes and stands up for safe and efficient logistics, and is the only business group which represents the whole industry, with members from the road, rail, sea and air industries, as well as the buyers of freight services such as retailers and manufacturers whose businesses depend on the efficient movement of goods. 

DSV Gymshark DSV and Gymshark have entered into a strategic partnership to enable Gymshark to meet growing international sales, complex supply chain requirements and customer expectations.

As an official logistics and transport partner of the British fitness community and apparel brand, Gymshark, DSV will play a key role in supporting the company's ambitious growth strategy. In this capacity, DSV will provide international multimodal transport solutions for Gymshark's fitness wear, apparel and accessories.

Established in the UK in 2012, Gymshark has seen rapid growth in recent years, with sales of around £480m in its most recent financial year in over 180 countries. In order to meet growing international sales, complex supply chain requirements and customer expectations, Gymshark has partnered with DSV. This strategic partnership will provide consolidation of Gymshark's shipments under one forwarder from manufacturers in nine origins to distribution centres across the UK, Belgium, Australia, Canada and the USA.

Morten Landry, Managing Director, Air & Sea, DSV UK, says: "We are thrilled to be partnering with Gymshark and entrusted with supporting it in the next phase of its exciting growth story. It became apparent early on that Gymshark and DSV shared several synergies and were aligned in drawing on our combined expertise to achieve the best possible results. As Gymshark's business grows, its supply chain requirements have become increasingly complex, placing additional emphasis on the need for robust logistics services. DSV's operational expertise, global capabilities, infrastructure and IT solutions will provide reliability and visibility across Gymshark's entire supply chain. I hope this marks the start of a long-standing partnership."

Zac Singh, Sourcing Director for Gymshark, explains: "Whenever we are looking for any partner, it's always so important that they 'get us', our brand and our values. When it came to logistics, DSV not only have the credentials, but from the moment we met it was clear they understood how we operate as a brand and were completely on the same page. We're looking forward to an excellent working partnership with them as our global logistics and transport supplier."

Port of Rotterdam switch to zeroCompanies that import or export their freight by vessel generally have little influence on the container shipping company’s fuel choice.

GoodShipping aims to change this with the ‘insetting’ concept. The Port of Rotterdam Authority and GoodShipping are conducting a joint campaign to inform companies of this concept so they can have part, or all of their sea freight transported via sustainable fuel.

The aim of the ‘Switch to Zero’ campaign is to get some twenty sea freight shippers on board. Swinkels Family Brewers, known for brands including Bavaria and Cornet, and Dille & Kamille are the first to announce their participation in this campaign. They will have some or all of their containers shipped using sustainable fuel next year.

Insetting does not involve achieving carbon reductions through compensation (offsetting by planting trees, for example) but through shipping using sustainable fuel. Shippers often transport small numbers of containers on different vessels and can use insetting to purchase a certain amount of carbon reduction via GoodShipping. GoodShipping ensures that this is achieved by providing a vessel with sustainable fuel. This does not need to be the same vessel on which the containers are transported.

As part of their drive to promote CO2 savings in the logistics sector, GoodShipping and the Port of Rotterdam Authority aim to find some twenty new sea freight shipping companies that wish to use this service. The campaign makes it easy to get involved and make a concrete contribution to reducing carbon emissions. The aim is for joint vessel bunkering with these shippers to reduce the amount of carbon released into the atmosphere by 2023 tonnes. This is comparable to the amount of carbon released when transporting some 15,000 TEU containers between Rotterdam and Gothenburg.

Allard Castelein, Port of Rotterdam Authority CEO: ‘Shipping is not yet on schedule to be carbon neutral by 2050. We are working with partners to develop a range of initiatives to help make logistics more sustainable: from battery-powered inland shipping to shore power for sea-going vessels, and from bio-kerosene production for aviation to so-called Green Corridors for sea-going vessels. The 2023 tonne reduction through sustainable fuel use is just the start. We want to show that it can be done and start the discussion, with the aim of scaling up and reducing carbon emissions even further. The transition tempo needs to step up.’

Dirk Kronemeijer, CEO Dirk Kronemeijer, CEO GoodShipping: ‘We’ve seen a huge acceleration in the pace of the energy transition brought about by shippers over the past two years, which is why we want to give more companies the opportunity to have their freight shipped sustainably. The Port of Rotterdam Authority aims to be the world's most sustainable port and it was an obvious choice for GoodShipping to support that. With the Switch to Zero campaign, we’re making it easy for companies to enhance the sustainability of their transport without complex supply chain adaptations.’

Harold Reusink, Supply Chain Manager at Dille & Kamille: ‘At Dille & Kamille, we aim to further enhance the sustainability of our range, which is why we are working with GoodShipping for our overseas transport. What is fantastic about this partnership is that it also inspires others to consider more sustainable options. This creates a chain reaction within a traditionally conservative chain, simply because people start asking new questions about how transport is organised.’

Fred Hooft, Global Logistics Manager at Swinkels Family Brewers: ‘We want our operations to be fully circular, which is why we’re looking at the carbon emissions of our transport. The Switch to Zero campaign is a great first step to explore how we can make our sea transport more sustainable. Hopefully this initiative will stimulate more companies to take this step and enable us to jointly make the difference to reduce our impact on the environment and climate.’

The GoodShipping and Port of Rotterdam Authority campaign to recruit some twenty shippers starts on 5 December, but Dille & Kamille and Swinkels Family Brewers have already signed up. Participating companies can opt for carbon reduction of 75, 100 or 125 tonnes. GoodShipping and the Port Authority are giving a substantial discount per tonne carbon reduction to make it attractive for companies to find out more about this approach.

Shipping is responsible for approximately 3% of global carbon emissions but, at the same time, is a complex sector that fell outside the international climate agreements for a long time. The chain is also fragmented because companies often only ship just a few containers on a vessel.

Dutch company GoodShipping is a global market leader in insetting, the service for shippers and producers to enable sea-going freight to be transported using sustainable fuels instead of traditional fossil fuels. This form of insetting accelerates the energy transition in the transport sector. The initiative does not lie with shipping companies, but with freight owners. GoodShipping already works for companies including DHL, IKEA, BMW, Tony’s Chocolonely, Beiersdorf and Kings of Indigo. The fuel is produced from certified sustainable flows including frying oils and animal fats that are labelled as 100% waste and cannot be used in higher grade products. These so-called advanced biofuels also do not compete with the food chain and production does not affect important ecosystems such as the rainforest. This is monitored by an independent sustainability board.

Los Angeles C40 Shanghai Following a perilous landslide that has devastated the island of Ischia off the coast of Italy, Port of Los Angeles officials are voicing support for the hard-hit community that has strong ties to San Pedro and is a sister city of Los Angeles.

“We stand in support of our family and friends in Ischia with whom our harbor community has deep roots dating back more than a century,” said Port of Los Angeles Harbor Commissioner Anthony Pirozzi, a descendant of Ischia. “Many of the Italian Americans who live and work in and around the Port of Los Angeles are descendants of families from Ischia and maintain close ties to the island. They include Port staff, longshore workers, commercial fishermen and local business owners and workers across the Los Angeles region.”

San Pedro is home to the Little Italy of Los Angeles Association (LILAA), which plays an active role in celebrating Italian culture and promoting downtown San Pedro, also known as the Little Italy District. LILAA has partnered with Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino and the Ischia San Pedro Los Angeles Sister City Corp. to hold a candlelight vigil for the victims. The vigil will be at 6 p.m. Friday at Piazza Miramare, 639 S. Harbor Blvd. in San Pedro. 

LILAA has also established an Ischia Disaster Relief Fund to help survivors. 

Rescue workers continue to search for survivors of the Nov. 26 landslide caused by torrential rains. The disaster destroyed homes and businesses and flooded streets with mud. To date, 11 deaths have been confirmed and one person remains missing.

San Pedro is home to a large enclave of Italian Americans. In recognition of the longstanding relationship, the City of Los Angeles and the island of Ischia became sister cities in 2006. In 2018, the Port of Los Angeles signed a friendship agreement with the Port Network Authority of the Central Tyrrhenian Sea, whose members are the ports of Naples, Salerno and Castellamarre di Stabia.

DP World Americold A new partnership agreement between two of the world’s leading trade and logistics providers aims to support the largest food companies in the world with a new standard in global distribution – from farm to fork.

DP World, the leading provider of worldwide smart end-to-end supply chain logistics, and Americold (Atlanta, US), the global leader in temperature-controlled warehousing and logistics signed a partnership agreement on 18 November, that will enable multi-million US Dollar investment in a more resilient, efficient, and sustainable global food supply chain.

Collaboration between the two global organisations has already begun – with game-changing projects in motion from Canada to the UAE. The signing of the partnership agreement further enables the exploration of strategic synergies between DP World and Americold. The combination of Americold’s global temperature-controlled infrastructure and strategic customer relationships with DP World’s global port infrastructure and end-to-end logistics solutions will result in unprecedented optimisation of global food flows.

The agreement was signed by Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Group Chairman and CEO of DP World and George Chappelle, CEO of Americold.

Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Group Chairman and CEO of DP World, said: "We are committed to leading global trade into a more resilient, efficient and sustainable future. Our partnership with Americold has the potential to help us spread the benefits of trade to new people and new places; to push our sector to a more sustainable future; and, to provide the global food industry with the world-class solutions it deserves."

George Chappelle, CEO, Americold, added: "With nearly 250 facilities in strategic locations around the world, we have become an indispensable component of global food infrastructure - from farm to fork. This partnership with DP World, who shares our commitment to customer success and global supply chain optimisation, will enable us to help our customers feed the world with less waste, lower cost, and more efficiency."

CN nomineesCN (TSX: CNR) (NYSE: CNI) announced a donation of $100,000 to Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service (STARS), a world leader in emergency medical care to the population of Western Canada that lives, travels or works in rural and remote locations.

CN’s donation will contribute to fund STARS’ ongoing operational needs in Saskatchewan. This will provide direct support to communities and stakeholders along CN’s network in Saskatchewan, where many CN employees live and work.

“The service STARS provides often means the difference between life and death for those in urgent need. We, at CN, are proud to support the efforts of this outstanding team. As a former Board member of STARS, I understand the important role this organization plays in the lives of so many communities, including Saskatchewan. I encourage all companies with a presence in Saskatchewan to donate generously to this incredible organization.” Tracy Robinson, President and Chief Executive Officer, CN.

"We can't begin to express our gratitude for this generous gift from CN. With their support, they are riding along with us on every mission. This gift makes it possible for us to be there for the next patient who needs us, possibly even someone you know, work with, or a family member.” Andrea Robertson, President and Chief Executive Officer, STARS.

Air France KLM Co2 emissions The Air France-KLM Group and its airlines are committed to reducing their environmental footprint as part of a transparent and responsible approach to sustainability, including a commitment by Air France-KLM to reduce its well-to-wake scope 1 and 3 jet fuel greenhouse gas protocol emissions by 30% per revenue tonne kilometre (RTK) by 2030 compared to 2019.

In that context, the Air France-KLM Group, Air France Group and KLM have submitted their CO₂ emissions reduction targets, and they have recently been approved by the SBTi’s Target Validation Team. The SBTi has approved the Group’s scope 1 and scope 3 emissions reduction targets and has confirmed that they are in line with a well-below 2°C objective, as determined by the Paris Agreement signed in 2015.

“The Group designed a consistent approach, developed within the Group’s Destination Sustainability strategy, with the goal of CO₂ emissions reduction based on three main pillars: fleet renewal, sustainable aviation fuel, operational measures,” said Benjamin Smith, CEO of the Air France-KLM Group. “The SBTi targets approval is a key element for the Group to ensure that Air France-KLM decarbonization strategy is consistent with scientific objectives.”

“Faced with the climate emergency, alongside all airlines in the Air France-KLM Group, Air France is taking responsibility and is fully committed to reducing its carbon footprint,” said Anne Rigail, CEO of Air France. “This year, we created a tailor-made strategy called Air France ACT, based on four pillars: the accelerated renewal of our fleet, the progressive utilization of SAF beyond French and European mandates, the development of eco-responsible piloting and the deployment of intermodality through our reinforced cooperation with train operators. The approval of our 2030 CO2 emissions reduction by the SBTi confirms the robustness of our decarbonization roadmap, and we will continue to transparently share our actions and results with our customers and the general public.”

“Together with Air France-KLM and Air France, KLM has strong ambitions when it comes to making aviation more sustainable and balancing the development of our network with the environment,” said Marjan Rintel, CEO KLM. “This requires fundamental decisions regarding our fleet, our operations, and our fuel use. The Science Based Targets and the associated CO2 reduction direction provides clarity and, at the same time, entails major challenges. To make them feasible, we work closely with each other and with our sector partners to develop technical solutions and innovations that support the energy transition in aviation.”

Destination Sustainability, the Air France-KLM Group’s sustainability program
The Air France-KLM Group is committed to reducing the environmental impact of its activities. To do so, the Group has established a decarbonization objective based on three main levers aggregated within the ‘Destination Sustainability’ program.

These levers are as follows: An ambitious plan to modernize and renew the fleets of Group airlines with latest-generation aircraft, emitting 20-25% less CO₂ compared to their predecessors. With the objective of having 64% of new generation aircraft in the Group’s fleet by 2028, the Group is currently investing over €2 billion annually for the acquisition of Airbus A220s, Airbus A320- and A321neos, Airbus A350s, Boeing 787s and Embraer 195-E2s, which are amongst the most efficient aircraft in their respective categories; The use of Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF). These non-fossil fuels can be produced from industrial or domestic waste in a circular economy, and the SAF sourced by Air France-KLM does not compete with the human food chain or with animal feed. Air France and KLM have been pioneers in the use of these alternative fuels, which will play a key role in the decarbonization of air transport, as they can reduce CO₂ emissions up to 80% over their life cycle. In that respect, two off-take agreements were signed in November 2022 enabling the Group to secure 3% out of the 10% 2030 SAF incorporation objective; The improvement of operational efficiency, by favouring more direct objectives and applying procedures that limit fuel consumption (single-engine taxi, continuous descent, etc.).

In addition, Air France-KLM is working with the broader aviation sector to accelerate the development of innovative solutions for aircraft design and maintenance, engines, and synthetic fuels, which are required to reach net zero emissions in aviation.

*SBTI, a scientific approach in line with the Paris agreement.

The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) is a global body enabling businesses to set ambitious emissions reductions targets in line with the latest climate science.

The initiative is a collaboration between the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), the United Nations Global Compact, the World Resources Institute (WRI) and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). The SBTi independently assesses and validates companies’ CO₂ emissions targets based on a scientific approach and criteria.

CEVA Poland CEVA Logistics has signed a multi-year contract extension to continue providing fulfilment services to ASOS at the online retailer’s 80,000-square-meter warehouse in Großbeeren, Germany.

The state-of-the-art fulfilment center has a capacity to store over 25 million items and ships orders to ASOS customers in 62 countries.

CEVA Logistics, previously through Ingram Micro’s Commerce & Lifecycle Services business, and ASOS started working together at the site in 2014. Under the contract, CEVA Logistics will handle inbound, warehousing, eCommerce fulfillment and outbound services from the dedicated warehouse, which is strategically located near the hubs of major European parcel carriers. The contract extension runs into 2027.

CEVA Logistics employs approximately 3,300 people at the Großbeeren facility, working in three shifts, six days a week. The fulfilment center is almost fully automated and features state-of-the-art technology, including automated inbound processing, automated storage and retrieval, goods-to-person stations, pocket sorters, induct stations, an additional parcel sorter, a dynamic buffer and an extensive network of conveyors. CEVA’s experts monitor the end-to-end operations from a dedicated control room. These innovations allow CEVA and ASOS to significantly accelerate fulfillment times while optimizing working conditions for employees.

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