June 2015
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 June 2015 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: Mexicon Logistics

 

Leon Jorge Medina

President and CEO

Mexicom Logistics

Port loading decreases May 2015


In the National Port System 118,138,149 tons of cargo were handled, being in the period from January to May 2015, 0.6% lower compared to the same period of 2014, according to the Ministry of Communications and Transport (SCT)..

In the monthly report of cargo and passenger ships, the agency reported that the bulk mineral had a reduction of 5.9% to 30,764,108 tonnes, against 32,699,281 for the period from January to May 2014...



The Tax Administration Service (SAT) said that the next June 29, 2015 is the deadline for owners of motor carrier passenger and cargo submit notice of intent to regulate their units under the decree that provide measures for replacing motor carrier of passengers and cargo, published in the Official Journal of the Federation on March 26, 2015.


 

People with a unit of foreign origin in Mexico either cargo or passengers can regulate and modernize their vehicles, since you can take your truck, which will be considered on account for a new or pre-owned one...
 

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With the aim of promoting the integral development of the South-Southeast region and consolidate the development of this corridor, 1,200 million dollars will be invested industrial group in China in the port of Salina Cruz to build a steel plant.

 


 
The state of Oaxaca has the largest amount of iron ore reserves across the country. We are talking about a thousand 900 million tons...

 

 

  
The Mexican Federation of Aerospace Industry estimates that by 2020 Mexico will rank among the top 10 exporters in the world of aerospace

 


 

Exports of aerospace increase 64 percent to 13.3 billion dollars, estimates the Mexican Federation of Aerospace Industry (FEMIP). In 2014, exports of this industry stood at 7.5 billion, according to the agency institutions...

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Mexican businessmen met with staff "Sedecop" in order to begin the process of exporting to the cities of Toronto and Vancouver

This meeting was attended by entrepreneurs Victor Galvan Suarez, xiqueño Mole, and Nicolas Martinez Demetrio, Coffee Solemnus, to exchange information on the requirements to bring your articles to Canada...


 

 
Index - Mexicom

L i n k s





Statistical information of international trade in Mexico

Did you know?...

Cacti don't grow everywhere

 

That's right - cacti simply don't grow everywhere in Mexico, like for instance in the middle of the road in Mexico City. To be honest it's kind of hard to find them in big cities, unless you visit a northern part of the country or go to a desert. However, finding a cactus (called nopal) to eat is pretty easy if you like tacos... and tasty.

 

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2. Did you know Mexico City is one of the cities with the largest number of urban crops?

In the last years, urban agriculture has increased frenetically. People's search to find healthy foods, GMO, herbicide and pesticide free, and hence more control over what they eat, has led the population to develop a love and appreciation for home or locally grown foods. This trend has earned a special place in Mexico City. It goes beyond green rooftops or crops, also beyond agriculture in nearby areas that produce clean and local foods (and which usually help people with a low income). A year ago the FAO published a study about the cities that have the largest agriculture in Latin America, among them is Mexico City, in the second spot... 

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 h

[email protected]    

Tel.: (514) 667-0174
 

Raul Almanza 

Monday to Friday 

from 8:00 to 17:00 h

[email protected]

Tel.: (514) 667-0174

Javier Vergara 

Monday to Friday 

from 9:00 to 18:00 h

[email protected]

Tel.: (514) 667-0174

  

Sergio Medrano

Monday a Friday 

 de 16:30 a 21:30 h

Saturdays

de 9:00 a 14:00 h

[email protected] 

Tel.: (514) 667-0174  
 


 


 

René Ceccopieri

Pricing

Monday to Friday

from 9:00 to 18:00 h

[email protected]

Tel.: (514) 667-0174  


 

 Julio C. Díaz López

Sales Representative

 Mexico City

[email protected]
 Tel. (5) 26038200

 Nextel (5)10899618

ID:  52*157721*2


 

Fernando Martin Albor Loza
Sales Representative
Leon Gto.

Tel. (477) 3 90 18 51

Mov. 477 3 70 25 28

 [email protected]

 

 

They will be happy to assist you! 


 


 


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