Yusen Logistics opens US$ 13 million facility in Guanajuato

Yusen Logistics opens US$ 13 million facility in Guanajuato

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Yusen Logistics, a leading third-party logistics provider, opened a 53,820-square-foot logistics center near Celaya, Guanajuato, to provide services to its automotive customers, including OEMs and tier 1 and tier 2 suppliers, creating 139 jobs.

The US$ 13 million facility is located on a 17-acre site in the Amistad Industrial Park in the Bajio region, one of the largest automotive clusters in Latin America. 

It features 10,764 square feet of office space, 10 dock doors, a 64,583-square-foot trailer yard and an ocean container depot with capacity for 1,000 TEUs.

Some of Yusen customers in the Bajio region are automakers such as Mazda, Honda and Toyota, as well as suto suppliers like THK Rythm, Yutaka and Matsujo, among others.


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