CEVAs Alaska Advantage Service Energizes Domestic Oil and Gas Industry

Houston, TX (PRWEB) August 22, 2011

CEVA Logistics, a leading global supply chain management company, today announced the launch of its Alaska Advantage service offering energy companies an end-to-end supply chain solution in and out of Alaska.

CEVAs domestic organization launched Less than Container Load (LCL) ocean services for domestic offshore points two years ago and has since seen tremendous growth in demand from customers. With the success seen in Hawaii, the team saw an opportunity to extend the Western U.S. reach by adding solutions in Alaska. As the second largest producer of crude oil in the United States, Alaska presents a high demand for oil and gas logistics.

Bruce Hulings, Vice President, Energy Sector for CEVA in the Americas said: Weve found with our Energy customers that conversations are starting to focus on business critical issues such as cycle times, transit times to rigs, inventory management, contract logistics and vendor management. They want the whole picture from a logistics company and we are thrilled to be able to provide that end-to-end solution theyre looking for. Alaska is a key domestic region in the energy industry and by offering Alaska Advantage, our domestic energy customers will be able to focus on their core areas of expertise while optimizing the efficiency of their supply chains.

Alaska Advantage will bring new capabilities to the domestic energy industry that didnt exist before. With its significant geographical reach, broad range of service offerings and deep energy sector experience, CEVA is able to provide an end-to-end Alaska solution. Companies have typically been forced to use several logistics vendors including chartered or scheduled air and ocean transportation to overland logistics and even air rescue when other modes of transport werent available.

With CEVAs vast knowledge and experience in the Energy industry, were confident this service will provide a new approach to logistics that this part of the country hasnt ever seen, said Bill Fallon Senior Vice President Business Development.

For more information contact:

Charlotte Johnson

E: cjohnson(at)bando(dot)com

T: 1 512 691 0636

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CEVAs Alaska Advantage Service Energizes Domestic Oil and Gas Industry

Houston, TX (PRWEB) August 22, 2011

CEVA Logistics, a leading global supply chain management company, today announced the launch of its Alaska Advantage service offering energy companies an end-to-end supply chain solution in and out of Alaska.

CEVAs domestic organization launched Less than Container Load (LCL) ocean services for domestic offshore points two years ago and has since seen tremendous growth in demand from customers. With the success seen in Hawaii, the team saw an opportunity to extend the Western U.S. reach by adding solutions in Alaska. As the second largest producer of crude oil in the United States, Alaska presents a high demand for oil and gas logistics.

Bruce Hulings, Vice President, Energy Sector for CEVA in the Americas said: Weve found with our Energy customers that conversations are starting to focus on business critical issues such as cycle times, transit times to rigs, inventory management, contract logistics and vendor management. They want the whole picture from a logistics company and we are thrilled to be able to provide that end-to-end solution theyre looking for. Alaska is a key domestic region in the energy industry and by offering Alaska Advantage, our domestic energy customers will be able to focus on their core areas of expertise while optimizing the efficiency of their supply chains.

Alaska Advantage will bring new capabilities to the domestic energy industry that didnt exist before. With its significant geographical reach, broad range of service offerings and deep energy sector experience, CEVA is able to provide an end-to-end Alaska solution. Companies have typically been forced to use several logistics vendors including chartered or scheduled air and ocean transportation to overland logistics and even air rescue when other modes of transport werent available.

With CEVAs vast knowledge and experience in the Energy industry, were confident this service will provide a new approach to logistics that this part of the country hasnt ever seen, said Bill Fallon Senior Vice President Business Development.

For more information contact:

Charlotte Johnson

E: cjohnson(at)bando(dot)com

T: 1 512 691 0636

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CEVAs Alaska Advantage Service Energizes Domestic Oil and Gas Industry

Houston, TX (PRWEB) August 22, 2011

CEVA Logistics, a leading global supply chain management company, today announced the launch of its Alaska Advantage service offering energy companies an end-to-end supply chain solution in and out of Alaska.

CEVAs domestic organization launched Less than Container Load (LCL) ocean services for domestic offshore points two years ago and has since seen tremendous growth in demand from customers. With the success seen in Hawaii, the team saw an opportunity to extend the Western U.S. reach by adding solutions in Alaska. As the second largest producer of crude oil in the United States, Alaska presents a high demand for oil and gas logistics.

Bruce Hulings, Vice President, Energy Sector for CEVA in the Americas said: Weve found with our Energy customers that conversations are starting to focus on business critical issues such as cycle times, transit times to rigs, inventory management, contract logistics and vendor management. They want the whole picture from a logistics company and we are thrilled to be able to provide that end-to-end solution theyre looking for. Alaska is a key domestic region in the energy industry and by offering Alaska Advantage, our domestic energy customers will be able to focus on their core areas of expertise while optimizing the efficiency of their supply chains.

Alaska Advantage will bring new capabilities to the domestic energy industry that didnt exist before. With its significant geographical reach, broad range of service offerings and deep energy sector experience, CEVA is able to provide an end-to-end Alaska solution. Companies have typically been forced to use several logistics vendors including chartered or scheduled air and ocean transportation to overland logistics and even air rescue when other modes of transport werent available.

With CEVAs vast knowledge and experience in the Energy industry, were confident this service will provide a new approach to logistics that this part of the country hasnt ever seen, said Bill Fallon Senior Vice President Business Development.

For more information contact:

Charlotte Johnson

E: cjohnson(at)bando(dot)com

T: 1 512 691 0636

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CEVAs Alaska Advantage Service Energizes Domestic Oil and Gas Industry

Houston, TX (PRWEB) August 22, 2011

CEVA Logistics, a leading global supply chain management company, today announced the launch of its Alaska Advantage service offering energy companies an end-to-end supply chain solution in and out of Alaska.

CEVAs domestic organization launched Less than Container Load (LCL) ocean services for domestic offshore points two years ago and has since seen tremendous growth in demand from customers. With the success seen in Hawaii, the team saw an opportunity to extend the Western U.S. reach by adding solutions in Alaska. As the second largest producer of crude oil in the United States, Alaska presents a high demand for oil and gas logistics.

Bruce Hulings, Vice President, Energy Sector for CEVA in the Americas said: Weve found with our Energy customers that conversations are starting to focus on business critical issues such as cycle times, transit times to rigs, inventory management, contract logistics and vendor management. They want the whole picture from a logistics company and we are thrilled to be able to provide that end-to-end solution theyre looking for. Alaska is a key domestic region in the energy industry and by offering Alaska Advantage, our domestic energy customers will be able to focus on their core areas of expertise while optimizing the efficiency of their supply chains.

Alaska Advantage will bring new capabilities to the domestic energy industry that didnt exist before. With its significant geographical reach, broad range of service offerings and deep energy sector experience, CEVA is able to provide an end-to-end Alaska solution. Companies have typically been forced to use several logistics vendors including chartered or scheduled air and ocean transportation to overland logistics and even air rescue when other modes of transport werent available.

With CEVAs vast knowledge and experience in the Energy industry, were confident this service will provide a new approach to logistics that this part of the country hasnt ever seen, said Bill Fallon Senior Vice President Business Development.

For more information contact:

Charlotte Johnson

E: cjohnson(at)bando(dot)com

T: 1 512 691 0636

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