CEVA Logistics has moved its Thailand head office to the heart of Bangkok’s business district.
This change is the third relocation in recent months of a key function in Thailand following the move of CEVA Logistics’ airfreight team to a new office at Suvarnabhumi Airport and the opening of a new ocean station at Laem Chabang.
The new head office is located in a 28-story building close to the city’s two airports and one of its major ports, providing excellent connectivity for the company’s customer service teams. It is also close to the Thai Customs office.
CEVA Logistics’ multi-modal offices and its new head office are now ideally located to support customers across Thailand as the country transforms itself into a value-based economy supporting innovation and technology.
More than 250 employees will operate from the CEVA Logistics head office, benefitting from close access to public transportation. The 1100 sq m of office space have been optimised to provide a modern, vibrant working environment. Key features of the office include a “Made in Thailand” concept, meaning no imported materials were used in its setup.
Russell Pang, managing director Thailand and Emerging Markets for CEVA Logistics commented: “This new headquarters will be a tremendous asset for the Thai team with its excellent public transport links and focus on a modern working environment where they can be even more productive. We will use the relocation to further grow our multimodal business in one of Asia’s leading gateways.”