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CEVA Logistics latest customer advisory information related to the on-going crisis in Ukraine
8/3/2022

Customer advisory

 

Customer Statement – March 8, 8 a.m. CET:

Starting today and until further notice, CEVA Logistics will no longer transport shipments to, from or through Russia.

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Customer Statement – March 4, 8 a.m. CET:

Starting today and until further notice, CEVA Logistics will no longer accept bookings to or from Russia. We will continue to transport shipments through Russia, in compliance with all applicable trade and economic regulations. 

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Customer Statements – March 2, 6 p.m. CET:

We continue to closely monitor the conflict in Ukraine. Below are the latest updates regarding:

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Customer Statement – March 1, 2 p.m. CET:

We continue to closely follow the events unfolding in Ukraine. While our corporate focus remains on supporting our customers, we are concerned for all those affected by the conflict. We are also in close contact with service providers and vessel operators in the region. CEVA Logistics does not have a direct presence or employees in Ukraine. With evolving sanctions, CEVA will, as always, comply with all applicable trade and economic regulations, including for our activities related to Russia. 

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Statement on Silk Road Operations – March 1, 11 a.m. CET

Rail traffic along the Eurasian corridor is currently operational. CEVA Silk Road operations and services do not cross through the conflict zone in Ukraine, so all trains are operating under normal conditions. 

  • Our Silk Road services remain open (east- and west-bound): through China, Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus and European countries.
  • The following border crossings remain open (east- and west-bound): Alashankou, Khorgos, Manzhouli, Eerlian, Brest/Mala, Svisloch/Siemianowka, Bruzgi/Kuznica, Kaliningrad.

We continue to dialog with our rail service providers in China and Europe, including sea-rail operators, to ensure continuity, monitoring and security for Silk Road shipments. We do not anticipate major disruptions, but we are developing contingency options as we monitor the ever-evolving situation.