Logistics

A new commercial bridge to be opened between Mexico and Central America
In their search to diversify export destinations, businessmen from the western part of the nation are working on a project to open a commercial and logistic bridge between Mexico and Central America. The objective will focus on replacing between 15 and 20% of the imports that the Central American c...
Atlas Renewable Energy lands US$105 million financing to build solar plant in Hidalgo
Atlas Renewable Energy, a developer formed by UK-based private investment firm Actis, along with Mexico’s National Bank of Foreign Trade (Bancomext) recently announced the closure of a long-term financing agreement for the construction for the Guajiro Solar Project that will be located in the sta...
Carbures wins millionaire contract in Mexico
Carbures has signed an engineering contract with the Servicios Múltiples de Burgos consortium for the modernization and improvement of the Mission field facilities and for the optimization of the oil and gas extraction and transportation processes for an amount of US$1.2 million. According to La s...
Colombia Bridge in Nuevo Leon increases the crossing demand
In the face of the damage suffered by the International Bridge III in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, last May, Colombia Bridge showcased its capacity to serve 70% more importation and exportation customs operations, thus generating greater crossing demand, affirmed Hugo Gonzalez, director of the Corporat...
DHL has invest more in Mexico during 2018
The Company DHL has invest US$85 million during 2018, 70% more than the last year´s figure. This amount is in addition to the US$260 million it has disbursed over the past 5 years, with an average annual rate of US$50 million since 2012. "We are the 9th largest sales subsidiary in the world," sai...
DHL opening distribution centers in Jalisco and Nuevo Leon
With a US$21.3 million investment, the largest logistics firm in the world, DHL, opened its distribution center in El Salto, Jalisco, and this week is going to open another one in Nuevo Leon. The new establishments will ensure continuity in corporate operations, and that in Mexico, DHL Express, make...
First export shipment of Q5 by Audi Mexico
The first shipment of Audi Q5, made in San Jose Chiapa, Puebla, is ready to leave the sea port of Lazaro Cardenas, in Michoacan. The plan of Audi Mexico is to export from this port to the markets in South America and Oceania. This undertaking makes the Mexican branch of this German automotive firm, ...
Grupo Traxion acquires parcel firm
Grupo Traxion, which had five companies from the cargo segment already, as well as one company dedicated to move passengers and staff, announced the acquisition of a new company. Traxion reported the acquisition of Redpack, a firm focused on the parcel and courier segment. Redpack partners will inve...
Mexico must focus on the specialization of professionals of foreign commerce
Given the possibility that the U.S. might not exit the NAFTA, it is necessary for Mexico to find a way to make the most out of it, through the formation of the specialized human talent demanded by the new rules of Foreign Commerce. The Operations Director of consulting firm TLC Asociados, Guillermo ...
Mexico´s customs system is modern, according to the Aaapver
The Association of Customs Agents of the Port of Veracruz (Aaapver), highlighted the process of modernization of all technologies around the customs logistics of the country. In this sense, Mexico is positioned as having one of the most modern customs systems in the world. The president of the Aaap...
Yucatan to receive investment valued at US$350 million
Trailmexa Compañia Transportadora is going to invest US$350 million to start service at its multi-modal logistic center in the State of Yucatan, aiming to expand its presence in the Mexican territory while offering its services related to exportation process. The construction works for the Trailmex...

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