Country head office is relocated to Bangkok’s business district, close to a port and airports
Bangkok is seen as a strategically important Asian gateway for the group’s global network
CEVA Logistics has moved its country head office in Thailand to Bangkok’s business district as it continues to expand its presence in the country.
This change is the third relocation in recent months of a key function in Thailand after the company’s airfreight team moved to a new office at Suvarnabhumi Airport and a new ocean station was opened in Laem Chabang, CEVA Logistics said in a release.
The new head office is located in a 28-story building close to Bangkok’s two airports and one of its major ports and is also close to the Thai Customs office. More than 250 employees will operate from the head office, which occupies 12,000 square feet of floor space.
Said Russell Pang, managing director of Thailand and emerging markets for CEVA Logistics, said the new headquarters will be a tremendous asset for the Thai team. “We will use the relocation to further grow our multimodal business in one of Asia’s leading gateways.”
Last September, CEVA Logistics opened a new ocean station in Laem Chabang, the country’s main deep-sea port. The ocean station’s position in Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor will help it serve the evolving supply chain needs of the country’s industrial production hub.
Laem Chabang station’s connectivity to neighboring countries such as Vietnam, Myanmar and Cambodia is also expected to enhance the company’s service offering in the region.
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