November 2015
Newsletter


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

Trucking operation without complexities Patricia hurricane

Huracán

Hurricane Patricia, who later downgraded to a tropical storm caused no significant damage to the activities of the companies in logistics, after Friday the storm made landfall mainly on the coast of Jalisco and Colima..

Was fundamental of the fact that it was a predictable phenomenon because it allowed us to adjust operations to avoid damage and make the equipment needed for risk areas, including the port of Manzanillo, said Munoz Lopez...



IMPORT

During the first months of this year, the value of tax revenues due to imports totaled 32,281 million pesos, who joined in the reports on the economic situation, public finances and public debt of the Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP).


 

This amount is higher by 27% compared to that reported in the same period 2014. The sun of all revenues in 2015, due to imports, up just 1.1% of budget revenue for the public sector registerd between January and September meaning around 3,554 million pesos...
 

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In January-August of 2015, total trade in the NAFTA Region recorded a value of USD$694.1 billion, representing a decrease of 6.6% compared to the previous year's same period. The eighth consecutive month with a decline in trade.


 
Regarding Bilateral Trade between Mexico and the United States, the goods exchange decreased 1.1%, totalling USD$319.4 billion...

 

 

  
Mexico increases its demand for railway freight cars 3.6% in 2015-2030. Increased demand for freight transport in strategic sectors of the economy will be key to the growth in the use of freight cars.

 


 

The Asociacion Mexicana de Ferrocarriles (AMF) report, notes that the areas of agricultural products, chemicals, mining, food and transportation equipment, among others, increase their demand for transport on the next 15 years, which will result an increase in the number of freight cars...

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Bosh Mexico announced an investment of $30 million to the construction of the first plant outside Germany to produce the iBooster, last generation braking system for vehicles, with 65% of Mexican content

The plant manager, Pedro Tapia said in an interview that in this Robert Bosch complex foresees the annual production of one million of these devices, which will be for export and the domestic market...


 

 
Index - Mexicom

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Statistical information of international trade in Mexico

Did you know?...

Cozumel, an island paradise

 

Until 1961, Cozumel was a sleepy little fishing village. Then, a television documentary by noted diver and nature lover, Jacques-Ives Cousteau, showed the world the beauty of our island waters. Today the very mention of Cozumel stirs images of tropical fish, aqua blue waters, and white powdery beaches...

 

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Mexico's Day of the Dead

November 1, All Saints Day, and November 2, All Souls Day are marked throughout Mexico by intriguing customs that vary widely according to the ethnic roots of each region. Common to all, however, are colorful adornments and lively reunions at family burial plots, the preparation of special foods, offerings laid out for the departed on commemorative altars and religious rites that are likely to include noisy fireworks... 

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