Logistic

Mexican regulators fine shipping companies over auto transport collusion
Mexico's antitrust agency COFECE announced it has sanctioned seven shipping companies operating in Mexico for causing a rise in prices after colluding on routes in the auto transport services market. COFECE said it had levied fines totaling about 582 million pesos (US$ 32 million) covering nine sep...
Mexico and Canada insist that NAFTA needs to be trilateral
Mexico and Canada will defend that the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) must be maintained as a trilateral agreement, even though negotiations are sometimes carried out between two countries. Mexican Foreign and Economic Secretaries Luis Videgaray and Ildefonso Guajardo and Canadian Chan...
Mexico and Canada to sign aircraft maintenance agreement
MEXICO – Mexico will sign an agreement with Canada this month to provide maintenance for Canadian planes, an air force general announced. Rodolfo Rodríguez Quezada stressed that the agreement will create new jobs in Mexico and bring a significant amount of foreign investment into the country. ...
Mexico and China look for stronger commercial ties
MEXICO – The Chamber of Commerce and Technology of Mexico-China organized a meeting of bilateral commercial actors between both countries to strengthen their relationship. Amapola Grijalva, president of the chamber, said that “in 10 years of the chamber’s life, it has managed to unite a commu...
Mexico displaces Canada as second products supplier to the U.S.
Mexico displaced Canada as second products supplier to the United States, according to figures released by the Commerce Department first spotted by Bloomberg. Exports from Mexico to the United States totaled US$ 245 billion for the first 10 months of 2016, while exports from Canada to the US came i...
Mexico in 57th place, worldwide, in port infrastructure
The Secretaria de Comunicaciones y Transportes (SCT) reported that in the Global Competitiveness Index of the World Economic Forum, Mexico moved upwards significantly, as it advanced 18 positions in port infrastructure, going from place 75th in 2012 to 57th in 2018. This is due to the fact that a f...
Mexico-based Dipensa to build largest shipyard in Latin America
Mexico-based Diques Peninsulares SA de CV (Dipensa) will invest US$ 71 million over the next five years to build the largest shipyard in Latin America, company officials told El Financiero newspaper in an interview.  The facility will be located the port of Progreso, at the peninsular state of ...
Mexico, principal in foreign investment
In the period of 2009 to march of 2015, Mexico was in the third place worldwide in receive Direct Foreign Investment projects of the Aerospace industry, just behind of United States and U.K. Sergio L. Ornelas Ramírez, organizer of the eighth edition of the Aerospace Summit of Mexico 2018 said that ...
Mexico’s first car-specialized port terminal to start operations in coming weeks
A Specialized Car Terminal (TEA) will start operations in the Port of Lazaro Cardenas, Michoacan, during the first quarter of 2018, under the management of the marine port operator SSA Mexico. Claudia Sanchez, Director of Public and Government Relations of the company, told Notimex in recent days t...
Mexico’s first Specialized Car Terminal formally begins operations
Seaports operator SSA Mexico announced that its new Specialized Car Terminal (TEA), located in the Port of Lazaro Cardenas, Michoacan, formally initiated operations with the arrival of the first two car carriers, contributing for the first time through this infrastructure to solve the needs of the a...
Mid America Logistics to open its first international office in Guadalajara
Mid America Logistics, which claims to be one of the fastest-growing technology-enabled logistics and trucking companies in North America, announced the opening of its first International office in Guadalajara, Mexico, along with its sixth U.S. office in Rogers, Arkansas. Mid America Logistics has ...
Moldtrans Group will connect Valencia and Veracruz
VERACRUZ — Grupo Moldtrans launched a maritime transport service between Spain and Mexico in collaboration with the Mexican firm Gain Soluciones Logísticas. This new maritime service is designed to facilitate the exchange of goods between the companies of both countries, whose economic relations...
Monterrey-based Softtek chooses Dallas for its US, Canada headquarters
Monterrey-based global IT services provider Softtek announced it is moving the headquarters of its U.S. and Canadian operations to Dallas from Atlanta. “The tech services market is being transformed by new technology and changing business requirements,” said Marcos Jimenez, CEO of Softtek U.S. ...
Movement of containers grows 10.6% in Mexican ports
MEXICO — During the first month of 2019, Mexican ports increased their container movement of 20 feet (TEU) by 10.6%, reaching a total of 586,436 units, compared to 530,154 units in the same month of 2018. According to Coordinación General de Puertos y Marina Mercante, Pacific ports managed to op...
New logistics park in Sinaloa
The head of SEDECO, Javier Lizarraga, remarked that a phenomenon of dynamism has started in Culiacan, Sinaloa, with the construction of commercial squares, while of logistic centers have been growing exponentially their square meters extension over the last years. The Fundadores project was recently...
New Mexico breaks ground for cargo facility at Columbus port of entry
Columbus, NM.- The Port of Entry (POE) in Columbus, New Mexico has gained significance in agricultural trade In the region, while the number of daily crossing increased substantially, including pedestrian traffic, according to official data. As a result, the Federal Government authorized the replac...
New strategies to boost maritime industry are coming
ENSENADA – Modifying cabotage tariffs is one of the strategies to reactivate the maritime industry, assured the general coordinator of Ports and Merchant Marine, Héctor López Gutiérrez. In the framework of the commemoration of the XXV anniversary of the Integral Port Administration (API) of En...
Nuevo Leon announces the construction of La Gloria-Colombia highway
NUEVO LEON – In order to attract foreign investment and boost the development of the northern border of the state, Nuevo Leon’s governor, Jaime Rodríguez Calderón, announced the beginning of the La Gloria-Colombia highway construction.  Rodríguez Calderón explained that the construction o...
Nuevo Leon manifests unlimited opportunities for the exportation industry
The numbers for the January-April 2018 period show that companies located in Nuevo Leon are able to export up to US$12,160 million worth of products. This amount represents an increase of 12% compared to the same period of 2017. The progress generated by the companies of Nuevo Leon was almost simil...
Nuevo Leon might become Logistic Hub
Jorge Paredes Guerra, President of Realty World Mexico, commented that in order to turn Nuevo Leon into a Logistic Hub, a more direct connection to the Colombia Bridge is needed, as well as the completion of the railroad arch in the metropolitan zone and the relocation of the railroad terminal out o...

Login to Digital Content

Subscribe to our Newsletter Bulletin