December 2014
Newsletter



Flat-Bed, Over-Sized, Over-Weighed, Hazmat.
Direct, CrossDock, LTL, FTL, Refrigerated

 

Dear clients, suppliers and business partners:

 

We are thrilled to bring you our December 2014 edition of this newsletter. The goal of this newsletter is to provide you with quick and useful information for your business with Mexico.

 

As a company, we value your opinion and we encourage you to contact us in case you have questions or comments through: Mexicom Logistics

We wish you and your family, love, happiness and wonderful holidays this year!

 

Leon Jorge Medina

President and CEO

Mexicom Logistics

1. Mexico-Canada Trade Report, September 2014


Over the period January-September 2014 the value of total trade in the NAFTA region was USD$839.6 billion representing a growth of 4.5% compared to the same period last year.

Within the North American block, Mexico's trade, along with its partner countries, went from 30.6% of the region's total back in the period January- September 1993 to 46.5% in the same period in 2014, reflecting the importance of Mexico as a trading partner of Canada and the United States...



Puerto Vallarta, Jal., Installing automotive plants in the country of Renault, Nissan, Daimler, BMW and Kia Motors, auto parts factories in Mexico will increase 25% from 1,200 to 1,500 in 2020, said the Executive president of National Auto Parts Industry(INA), Oscar Albin...


 

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The last october, production and export of heavy vehicles kept their pace upward achieving record levels, missing two months to the end of the year, announced the National Association of Manufacturers of Buses, Trucks and Tractors (ANPACT).


 
Between January and October 2014, the manufacture of trucks and buses increased 23.9% over the same period of 2013, achieving a cumulative production of 141,703 units...

 

 

  

The automotive crisis in Brazil, where production and sales recorded double-digit declines so far this year, will allow Mexico positioned as the largest producer in Latin America in 2014, situation that could be repeated in 2015. 


 

Luiz Moan Yabuki, president of the National Association of Manufacturers of Motor Vehicles Brazil (Anfavea), the largest automotive group in the country, said Thursday the sharp drop in the automotive sector in the first 11 months of the year...

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From the first quarter of 2015, the rail ferry maritime platform equipped with two floors to transport 115 carriages- have a new refrigerated cargo service to meet industry import and export of perishables. 

This transport was designed as a connection between railroads in southeastern Mexico, the United States and Canada, a business scheme between the specialized rail ferries for International Shipholding Corporation (ISC), a subsidiary of CG Railway and Mexican Railway Company...
 
 
Index - Mexicom
Mexico-Canada Trade Report, September 2014...
Automotive factories in México will increase 25%...
Production of heavy vehicles hits record in 2014...
Mexico is the largest producer of cars in 2014 owing to crisis in Brazil...
Rail ferry (Ferrobuque)will transport perishable from 2015...
Did you know?...
Mexican posadas and a famous Christmas carol...
Christmas in the Sierra Madre mountains...

L i n k s





Statistical information of international trade in Mexico

Did you know?...

Mexican posadas and a famous Christmas carol

 

Did you ever go Christmas caroling, wrapped up against the cold, on a snowy night? Bring back memories of red, runny noses and your warm breath making clouds in front of your face? There usually was a cup of hot chocolate waiting for you somewhere along the way...

 

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Christmas in the Sierra Madre mountains



End of year holidays in small Mexican towns in the Sierra Madre mountains and everywhere else have a very special meaning. Folks come home. Milking cows and growing corn or coffee isn't everybody's idea of making a good living, so they try to realize their golden dream and head for the cities, but Christmas and Mother's Day call them back home... 

I m p o r t a n t   R e m i n d e r  

We remind our clients, suppliers and business partners, that you can contact our Operations Department at anytime: 
 

Aldo Medina 

Monday to Friday 

from 9:30 to 18:30 pm 

[email protected]    


 

Raul Almanza 

Monday to Friday 

from 8:00 to 17:00 pm 

[email protected]



 

Javier Vergara 

Monday to Friday 

from 13:00 to 21:00 hours 

Saturdays

from 9:00 to 14:00 hours. 

[email protected]

  


 

Tel.: (514) 667-0174     

They will be happy to assist you! 


 


 


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