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Lindsay Podraza
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cevaIn a big win for Delaware, CEVA Logistics has opened a new location in New Castle.

They’ve set up shop in 125,000 square feet of warehouse, office and distribution space at Twin Spans Business Park, and the move will bring dozens of jobs to the area.

Headquartered in the Netherlands, CEVA Logistics is one of the world’s leading non-asset based supply chain management companies. That means they design and implement solutions for freight management and contract logistics, and their expertise spans across all business sectors, including automotive, consumer, retail, energy, healthcare, industrial and technology.

The New Castle site will focus on meeting global logistical and supply chain requirements in agricultural, industrial and consumer markets.

An aerial view of Twin Spans Business Park
An aerial view of Twin Spans Business Park

The move to New Castle is a perfect fit for the area, said Thomas Hanna, the COO of Harvey, Hanna & Associates, Inc., which is the commercial real estate company leasing the space to CEVA. The business park features 1.85 million square feet of commercial warehouse space spread across 135 acres along the Delaware River.

Harvey, Hanna had been searching for a replacement company at the business park after Five Below, which had been leasing close to 421,300 square feet at Twin Spans, moved to a larger facility in New Jersey this summer.

“CEVA’s partnership (with Harvey, Hanna) … is bringing more quality jobs to Delaware,” Hanna said, “and we are proud to further the success of these two world-class organizations.”


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