Borderlands is a weekly rundown of developments in the world of U.S.-Mexico cross-border trucking and trade. This week: Mexico mulls using the National Guard to combat cargo theft; a Texas oil export port project receives federal approval; a Japanese manufacturer is building a $715 million automotive factory in Mexico; and RoadOne opens a transload facility […]
A weaker-than-normal shipping season is hurting Cathay Pacific Cargo’s ability to recover from the pandemic.
Two U.S. senators said Mexico’s plan to stop importing yellow corn violates its trade deal with the United States.
Policies affecting cross-border shipping, like the Complemento Carta Porte, are often a thorn in the side of shippers, but they can be streamlined with the right 3PL partner.
This week in Borderlands: Automotive logistics provider expands into Mexico; Tesla negotiating with Texas officials for a $365 million lithium refinery; El Paso explores high-tech shuttle to move freight; and automotive parts supplier to build second factory in Mexico.
Canadian government official introduces new legislation that represents the culmination of multiyear efforts to address port funding and railway safety needs.
Ed Aldridge is retiring from CMA CGM America, and Uffe Ostergaard is leaving Hapag-Lloyd.
This week in Borderlands: Exports of Mexican-made trucks jump 17% in October; Pilot Freight Services expands in Texas; Trade X launches a platform for auto imports/exports in Mexico; and U.S. Border Patrol agents halt smugglers using trucks to transport migrants.
“Container demand is expected to be under downward pressure due to considerable uncertainties,” HMM said in its third-quarter earnings release.