CEVA Logistics wins two-year logistics support contract from Collins Aerospace
, CEVA Logistics has been awarded a contract to manage in-factory logistics support for Collins Aerospace in Singapore.
In a further expansion of its global aerospace customer base, CEVA Logistics has been awarded a contract to manage in-factory logistics support for Collins Aerospace in Singapore. The two-year contract is based on solutions designed by CEVA that will be implemented at the customer’s Changi North site.
Collins Aerospace – a subsidiary of Raytheon Technologies – is one of the world’s largest suppliers of aerospace and defense products. It provides maintenance, repair, overhaul engineering, sales and support for its commercial and military customers across the Asia Pacific region.
At the Changi North site, CEVA Logistics will provide a wide range of contract logistics services including inbound receiving to inventory, pick and kit, as well as outbound dispatch of overhaul aerospace parts. Picking and kitting will focus on three main areas: power and control, mechanical and interiors. These buy tramadol areas are responsible for electrical systems, engine control, air management systems, cargo and hoist systems, actuation and flight control, evacuation, portable water systems and lighting.
All services will be provided by CEVA’s experienced aerospace employees who have diverse skills and extensive knowledge of in-factory logistics within the aerospace industry.
Elaine Low, regional managing director for Southeast Asia and Pacific, CEVA Logistics said, “Our experienced team will drive service standards and greater efficiency to improve the Collins Aerospace’s operations. Our transparent working methods and wide-ranging experience across the aerospace sector have proven to be a winning solution for Collins Aerospace in Singapore.
“Continuous improvement is essential to the successful operation of any contract and that, alongside safety, is embedded in the CEVA Logistics culture. We look forward to a long and productive working relationship with Collins Aerospace.”