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CEVA Logistics

For other uses, see Ceva (disambiguation).
CEVA Logistics (CEVA Group Plc)
Private company
Industry Logistics
Founded United Kingdom, August 9, 2006
Headquarters Hoofddorp, the Netherlands
Key people
  • Xavier Urbain, CEO
  • Rubin McDougal, CFO
  • Hakan Bicil, CCO
  • Christophe Cachat, CIO
  • Pierre Girardin, CHRO
Revenue US$ 7.9 billion (2014)[1]
Number of employees
42,000 (2014)
Parent Apollo Management
Divisions Contract Logistics, Air Freight and Ocean Freight
Slogan Making business flow

CEVA Logistics is one of the leading supply chain companies. CEVA provides end-to-end design,implementation and operational solutions in freight management, contract logistics, distribution and transportation management. The company runs a global network with facilities in over 170 countries and employs around 42,000 people worldwide.


CEVA was formed in August 2007 as a result of the merger of TNT Logistics TNT and EGL Eagle Global Logistics.

On 23 August 2006, TNT N.V. announced that it has signed a Sale and Purchase Agreement to sell its logistics division to Apollo Management L.P., a U.S. private equity firm.[2] The new name and logo were announced on 12 December 2006.

On 2 August 2007, CEVA announced the completion of its merger with Houston (U.S.) based Eagle Global Logistics (EGL), which was rebranded to CEVA on 30 November 2007.[3]

On 28 February 2014 CEVA Holdings LLC reported its 2013 Full Year Financial Results [4] with revenue of $8.5 billion and adjusted EBITDA of $277 million.


CEVA offers contract logistics and freight forwarding services to large and medium sized global and international companies. The company focuses on automotive, consumer and retail, healthcare, technology, industrial and energy market sectors. 23 out of Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 companies do business with CEVA.


CEVA is present in more than 170 countries and employs approximately 42,000 people. Combined storage space counts for approximately 6 million sqm. It is organized in following geographic business units (Clusters):

  • North America
  • Central America
  • South America
  • United Kingdom, Ireland and Nordics
  • Benelux
  • France
  • Germany
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • Italy
  • Iberia
  • BAMECA (Balkans, Africa, Middle East and Central Asia)
  • India Sub Continent
  • South East Asia
  • Mekong (Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Lao, Cambodia)
  • Greater China
  • North Asia (Japan, South Korea, Philippines)
  • Australia and New Zealand


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