CEVA to operate Honeywell Aerospace Trading’s first Asia Pacific DC
Sep 04, 2018: CEVA Logistics will operate Honeywell Aerospace Trading’s (HAT) first Asia Pacific distribution centre based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The new distribution centre, conveniently located within the Bukit Jelutong Industrial Park, will provide supply chain solutions for HAT’s pre-owned certified parts to end users.
CEVA Logistics will operate an ambient and air-conditioned, bonded facility for both raw materials and finished goods for export and local distribution.
The supply chain specialist will also be one of the suppliers responsible for HAT’s global airfreight and import management, co-packing and customs brokerage in Malaysia.
This total solution will allow HAT to have a fast access to its inventory thus enabling it to focus on its core competencies in providing quality and timely support to end users.
"This new facility will be an extra operation. In addition, Honeywell Aerospace warehousing business we have been handling since 2017, Honeywell upholds very high standards around quality and process to drive such a complex operations and the team has done well in delivering the hub to the standards,” says Elaine Low, CEVA’s executive vice president Southeast Asia.
In Southeast Asia, CEVA Logistics has a strong portfolio with Honeywell that consists of contract logistics and freight management solutions at Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta, Indonesia as well as Customs brokerage businesses in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. The team will continue to work closely with Honeywell to further design robust supply chain solutions across the region.
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