CEVA Logistics receives PRISM Award for Sustainability from ASM International


CEVA Logistics recently received the inaugural PRISM Award for sustainability from ASM International N.V. as part of ASM’s annual Supplier Day awards program in recognition for CEVA’s energy conservation efforts.

One of only two companies to win the global award, CEVA opened a state-of-the-art, in-house operations site in July at ASM International NV’s new global manufacturing headquarters in Singapore.
Sustainability was a key theme of ASM’s Supplier Day as the semiconductor manufacturer looks to increase the impact of its sustainability initiatives. The PRISM award distinguishes CEVA Logistics as not only a reliable partner offering responsive logistics solutions but also an advocate for sustainability initiatives, providing its customers with Better Ways to manage their supply chain requirements.
Focusing on reductions in energy consumption, CEVA Logistics implemented a new control system to regulate the existing air conditioning systems in the warehouse to be more efficient, delivering a 40 percent energy savings with minimal impact to operations and without any modifications to existing HVAC-R equipment at the facility.
At the 95,000 square-foot ASM facility in Singapore, nearly 150 CEVA employees deliver critical logistics support, such as inventory and storage management, spare part management, kitting, trash removal and cleanroom packing, along with other value-added services supporting manufacturing activities, including transportation.
Elaine Low, managing director of Southeast Asia and Pacific, CEVA Logistics, says: “We strongly support our customer’s strategy to grow through innovation, while keeping sustainability as a key focus in the semiconductor industry. As part of the CMA CGM Group, CEVA Logistics is strongly committed to the protection of the environment as we deliver responsive logistics for our customers. It’s an honor for us to receive this inaugural recognition from ASM as recognition of our commitment.”

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