Ferrari replace UPS with new Ceva Logistics partnership

French logistics firm takes over from UPS in multi-year deal.

Ferrari replace UPS with new Ceva Logistics partnership

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  • Ceva Logistics to receive branding on Ferrari's cars and driver suits
  • Italian racing team recently ended relationship with UPS after nine years

Formula One team Scuderia Ferrari have revealed a new logistics partnership with Ceva Logistics ahead of the 2022 season.

As part of the deal, Ceva Logistics will become Ferrari's official logistics partner and receive branding on the side of the team's car, as well as on the drivers’ race suits and teamwear.

The agreement, which is set to last for multiple years, also spans Ferrari's GT Racing involvement and the Ferrari Challenge.

Ceva Logistics takes over from UPS, Ferrari's former logistics partner, which worked with the team for nine years.

"We are pleased to welcome Ceva Logistics as a new team partner to the Scuderia, a company with which we share the fundamental values of excellence, commitment, innovation and passion," said Mattia Binotto, general manager and team principal at Scuderia Ferrari.

"In the world of motor racing, efficiency and organisation are essential in order to achieve one’s goals in every area and logistics play a vital role in our daily activity, both at the track and in Maranello.

"With Ceva Logistics, we can count on a company that not only operates at the highest level in its sphere of activity, but is also particularly mindful of supporting us in achieving an objective that is key for Ferrari and Formula One, namely becoming carbon neutral by 2030."

Ferrari will return to the track at the start of the 2022 Formula One season, which begins on 20th March at Bahrain International Circuit.