Global supply chain business, Ceva Logistics, has opened a new multi-user warehouse in central Spain.
The new site is located at Alovera, an industrial area, which is 50 kilometres northeast of Madrid. The facilities reportedly comprise 16,300m², in total with 400m² office facilities, and almost 16,000m² of warehousing space, and will eventually contain the operations of several customers.
“Expert teams, experienced in operating multi-user warehouses have already been moved into Alovera to provide customers with the highest service standards,” Ceva said in a statement. “Its location next to the A-2 motorway and close to the A-1 make it easy for customer goods deliveries and dispatch.”
Ceva already has a number of other multi-user centres in Spain, including Subirats, in Catalonia, and in the Ontigola area south area of Madrid.
The opening of this new multi-user warehouse is reportedly a key part of Ceva's growth strategy across Iberia. It is also the first step of a strategic process of positioning Ceva in the area north of Madrid, where previously it had no presence and will enable the company to expand its plan to continue expanding in the near future.
“I am very excited about the opening of this third multiuser warehouse,” said Ceva Managing Director – Iberia, Marco Galbusera.
“We had been waiting for the perfect opportunity to expand our capabilities to offer excellence, synergies and competitive advantages to our customers and the north of Madrid was the key to this because of its strategic geographic position.
“This new site highlights our commitment to the Spanish market and we expect to continue the expansion over the coming years,” he said.