CEVA Logistics will lay off 142 employees at a facility on its Nashville campus, effective April 22, according to a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act notice posted Feb. 22.
The 3PL said in an emailed statement that it is adjusting employee shifts due to "changes in our customer's operations," resulting in the layoffs. The company didn’t specify the types of jobs affected.
"A majority of those affected by this transition are being offered positions on other shifts with openings," CEVA said.
The company operates several facilities serving multiple customers at its Nashville campus, located in the suburb of Mt. Juliet, Tennessee. The affected facility employs around 700 full-time CEVA workers out of 1,300 employees on campus overall, CEVA said.
Other contract logistics providers have enacted layoffs recently due to changes by their customers. FedEx Supply Chain said last year it would close an Ontario, California, facility after a customer decided to move to a new 3PL in a different market. GXO Logistics disclosed in December layoff plans at a facility in Fort Wayne, Indiana, due to its client deciding to manage its own operations.