Logistics

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...
Novartis announces US$20 million investment in Mexico
Luz María de la Mora, undersecretary of foreign trade, announced that Novartis, a multinational pharmaceutical and biotechnological company, will invest US$20 million in Mexico. "Novartis is very interested in developing its service center in Mexico. They have an expected investment in Mexico of m...
Nuevo Laredo customs’ office records a 6% increase
NUEVO LAREDO  —  The customs office of Nuevo Laredo, recognized as the most important in Latin America, recorded a 6% increase in tax collection during the first half of the year by capturing US$ 3.5 million through 1,046,000 customs declarations; while so far this year the figure was exceeded w...
Nuevo León has potential to substitute tool imports
Clúster de Herramentales de Nuevo Leon considers that there is a positive outlook for 2019, due to the sector’s potential for integration to replace imports. "The challenge is to be able to substitute these imports with national production," said Alfonso Peña, director of the cluster. Said tha...
Public servants’ health service is bankrupt
MEXICO – The state health plan for public servants is bankrupt and will run out of cash this summer if it doesn’t get a bail-out, its administration and finance stressed the director of Administration and Finances of ISSSTE, Pedro Mario Zenteno Santaella Zenteno Santaella warned that the agen...
Railway blockades affect automotive logistics: Eduardo Solís
The automotive industry in Mexico has been affected in recent days by train tracks blockades from members of Section 18 from Coordinadora Nacional de Trabajadores de la Educación (CNTE) in the state of Michoacán.   Business leaders and logistics executives met at the Automotive Logistics Mexico ...
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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