CEVA confirms commitment to Multimodal 2014

By Freddie Pierce
Follow @Staff_SCDeditor CEVA Logistics, one of the worlds leading global supply chain management companies, has confirmed that it will sponsor and exhi...

CEVA Logistics, one of the world’s leading global supply chain management companies, has confirmed that it will sponsor and exhibit at one of the UK and Ireland's leading freight transport and logistics exhibitions, Multimodal 2014.

Taking place between 29 April and 1 May, 2014 at Birmingham’s NEC and now entering its seventh year, the event has evolved into an annual one-stop-shop for shippers who need to find ways of optimising their supply chain and transportation flows.

“Following this years’ success, I am delighted to announce that CEVA will be returning as both key sponsor and exhibitor at Multimodal in 2014,” said Michael O’Donoghue, CEVA’s Executive Vice President for the UK, Ireland and Nordics. “It is a key event for freight and logistics professionals and one that is growing visitor and exhibitor numbers year-on-year.

“We look forward to being fully involved with the event to showcase our global end-to-end supply chain capabilities.” 

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