The facility occupies 48,000 square meters of warehouse and office space, with a staff of more than 300. CEVA chief executive officer Xavier Urban said the move was prompted by Singapore's growing role as a strategic hub in Asia and conduit for world trade. At the same time, CEVA has announced the launching of a "City of Energy" at Singapore's West Hub. The initiative is a fully dedicated facility for the warehousing, cross-docking, flow management and handling of oil and gas products and services for the energy sector. It includes 26,000 square meters of warehouse space and more than 5,000 square meters of open yard for energy customers, with easy access to Jurong port and major highways. CEVA pioneered the City of Energy concept in Dubai, United Arab Emirates in mid-2014.
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