Michelin Thailand has renewed its contract with Ceva for three years, to handle inbound tyres from Michelin’s production plants into warehouse facilities in three main locations across Thailand; Laemchabang, Nongkea and Nongree.
Under the contract Ceva manages third party sub-contractors and transport providers, as well as transport planning and delivery control activities. Ceva also provides network engineering, full KPI reporting and POD management.
Ceva’s also provides IT support, giving visibility from point of collection to point of delivery. Using the same processes, Ceva will also manage reverse logistics for Michelin.
Ceva also provides services for cross-border transport to and from Malaysia.
Dean Thorpe, managing director of Ceva in Thailand, said: “We have worked in partnership with Michelin for the last seven years to develop and deliver an efficient and optimal operation.”