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Sephora consolidates its supply chain in Brazil with logistics company CEVA

CEVA Logistics, one of the world’s leading supply chain companies, and cosmetics retailer Sephora have signed an agreement to consolidate a variety of cosmetic products such as make-up, fragrances, hair care products, accessories, body and bath products and its own brand, Sephora Collection, from 40 distribution points within Brazil into one of CEVA’s multi-user sites located just outside of São Paulo.

Photo: courtesy of CEVA

Photo: courtesy of CEVA

In order to meet Sephora´s requirements CEVA has invested heavily in climate control infrastructure to enable the storage and handling of over 7,000 SKU and approximately three million individual order items each year. CEVA will manage the inbound, warehousing, outbound and reverse logistics to Sephora stores across the country.

Photo: courtesy of CEVA

Photo: courtesy of CEVA

As we plan to grow in Brazil we can see that CEVA will support this growth and be an excellent partner to deliver our needs. We chose CEVA because we needed a dynamic 3PL who could respond to our needs and precisely tailor their service offering to the fast-moving needs of a cosmetic house. Every second counts for us and the seconds with accuracy which CEVA will deliver are even better”, said Fabio Goncalves, Supply Chain Regional Director for Sephora.

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