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CEVA Signs Memorandum with China Firm

Under a memorandum of strategic cooperation between Shine-Link International Logistics Co., Ltd. (SLC) and CEVA Logistics the companies will explore opportunities of future cooperation on customs clearance and bonded logistics services in China.

SLC is based in Shanghai.

In June, CEVA announced the buyout of its joint venture CEVA Ground in China and is further developing its offering to better support the logistics needs of its customers. The integration of CEVA Ground's network and its CEVA Matrix Transport Management System with CEVA's global business model and IT systems are planned to be completed in the coming weeks, the company said.

The future cooperation with SLC on bonded logistics strengthens CEVA's platform for broadening its overall service offering in China, the company added.

Founded in 2001, SLC is owned by Shanghai Wai Gao Qiao Free Trade Zone United Development Co., Ltd. and Shanghai Yi Dian Holding (Group) Company. As a supplier of professional import and export service and bonded logistics, SLC has become one the biggest logistics service providers in Shanghai.

"To collaborate with outstanding local partners is one of our key strategies in the China market," said Martin Thaysen, executive vice president of CEVA in China. "This partnership will allow us to explore improving CEVA's service level for customs clearance and bonded logistics in China. This is in line with our objective to continually enhance our supply chain offerings and services to better meet the needs of our customers in China."

"We are pleased to sign the memorandum of strategic cooperation with CEVA," said Xu Feng, the President of SLC, "We will explore opportunities to cooperate with CEVA, combining their global best practices with our local expertise to make this a successful and mutually beneficial collaboration."

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