‘Just so big’: China’s outsize role in trade at Texas border crossings

The Supply Chain Journal

Though well behind Mexico, China ranks second for international trade at the three largest United States-Mexico border crossings in Texas: Laredo, El Paso and Pharr. After Mexico and China, El Paso’s top trading partners were Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand, Japan, Singapore and South Korea.

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Borderlands: Descartes Datamyne report sheds light on USMCA impact

The Supply Chain Journal

FOB describes an export contract under which the buyer makes the transport arrangements and the seller loads the contractual cargo onto a vessel within the contractual shipping window. If air conditioners are up, it’s going to put pressure on shipping capacity.

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This Week in Logistics: Borderlands: Truck Capacity Tight Near Mexican Border

Freight Plus

Many essential goods that used to be shipped down to Mexico are now staying in the U.S. DHL opened a location at El Paso International Airport in west Texas to expand its foreign trade. The cargo weighed over 7,645 pounds and drugs were found in 968 packages.

This Week in Logistics: Borderlands: Truck Capacity Tight Near Mexican Border

Freight Plus

Many essential goods that used to be shipped down to Mexico are now staying in the U.S. DHL opened a location at El Paso International Airport in west Texas to expand its foreign trade. The cargo weighed over 7,645 pounds and drugs were found in 968 packages.

Despite NAFTA Uncertainty, Logistics Investments Continue

Logistics Trends and Insights

began development of a $41 million facility in El Paso, Texas, to expand its work in the cross-border market along the Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico corridor. Air: In 2016, a new air transport agreement was implemented between the US and Mexico allowing for increased market access for passenger and cargo airlines between the two nations. began shipping cargo to select international destinations.