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Mexico Transportation Risk with Mark Vickers

The Logistics of Logistics

Mark Vickers and Joe Lynch discuss Mexico transportation risk. Mark expanded MacroPoint’s visibility technology into Mexico and got MacroPoint into shipper markets which enabled its acquisition by Descartes in 2017 for $107 Million. For that reason, Mark founded Borderless Coverage.

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China is Moving to Mexico with Jorge Gonzalez Henrichsen

The Logistics of Logistics

Jorge Gonzalez Henrichsen and Joe Lynch discuss why China is moving to Mexico. Jorge is Co-CEO of The Nearshore Company , where he helps North American, European, and Asian manufacturing companies to successfully establish reliable manufacturing operations in Mexico. Sustainability – long supply chains produce more green house gases.

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Short-Sea Shipping: A Viable Alternative for Navigating U.S. & Mexico Capacity Challenges

Talking Logistics

Shippers in the United States and Mexico are facing significant supply chain challenges. & Mexico Capacity Challenges. & Mexico Capacity Challenges appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez. Read more Short-Sea Shipping: A Viable Alternative for Navigating U.S. &

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Near-Shoring in Mexico: More than Manufacturing

Supply Chain Brain

or Mexico in 2023. About 88% of U.S.-based based small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) will reorganize their supply chains to leverage suppliers in the U.S.

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5 Things to Know About U.S.-Mexico Logistics

Talking Logistics

Trade flowing across the United States-Mexico border has grown exponentially since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was enacted in 1994. In 2016, the value of goods traded between the two countries topped $525 billion, making Mexico the third largest trading partner of the U.S. Companies carrying freight across the U.S.-Mexico

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Mexico sees solid manufacturing growth, courtesy of nearshoring

Resilinc

Mexico is seeing strong growth in manufacturing. demand and a revival of the auto sector, investors are moving in and banks are getting ready to finance new projects,” in Mexico, reported Bloomberg in April. “Due Mexico’s largest categories of exports to the U.S. market and secure redundant sources of supply. Due to strong U.S.

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Report That Mexico is Becoming a Preferred Nearshoring Strategy

Supply Chain Matters

The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights a published report indicating that Mexico is increasingly benefiting from a rethink of prior globally extended supply networks. The theme of the report was that shifting production capacity away from China equates to nearshoring within Northern Mexico , with transport lanes into the U.S.