February 2016
Newsletter






  Flat-Bed, Over-Sized, Over-Weighed, Hazmat.
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California ports saturation favoring Mexican carriers


Saturation problems and strikes faced to Southern California, Long Beach and Los Angeles, favored the Mexican carriers operating in the port, which saw an increase in its activities in Lazaro Cardenas, Manzanillo and Ensenada..

According to figures from the General Coordintation of Ports, an the end of 2015 the movement of containerized cargo in Mexican ports showed an increase of 7.2%, totaling 5,423,270 containers 20fts...



On 45 major emerging economies worldwide, the logistics industry in Mexico was ranked as the eighth best positioned within a global index, advancing one position in the 2016 ranking, compared previous year.

 
The Agility firm notes that six of the 10 countries that fell inte index emerging markets logistics 2016 are in Latin America. Besides Brazil, it includes five countries that share borders with country: Peru, Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia and Venezuela...
 
 

The drop in oil prices and the dollar's rise affects the trucking industry most inputs are quoted in US currency, said Roberto Yanez Aguilar (CANACAR).

 
The costs have to be made in some units repairs or buying new trucks have increased because they are valued according to the dollar price...
 

  
IMPORT
The load on the national port system reached during 2015 a slight increase on 1.1 percent compared with 2014 mobilizing 289,682,572 tons, driven in part by growth in containerized cargo which reached a record high, reported General coordination of ports and merchant marine

 

The goal of the secretariat of communications and transportation (SCT) for this year is that the Mexican ports move 400 million tons of cargo, 140 more than 2012 and raised to reach the goal set for 2018 more than 500 million tons...

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Tren
The rail company Ferromex has increased the volume of goods transported exceeding expectations planned in 2015. The company transported 4.5% more goods in 2015 than 2014

Experts expect in this year again increased the demand for rail transport vehicles due to the increasing presence of automakers...


 

 
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L i n k s




Did you know?...

The Cuisine of Oaxaca, Land of the Seven Moles

 

While Mexican cooking varies from one region of the country to another, no State compares with Oaxaca in the variety of cuisines found within its borders.The natural geographic divisions created by the mountain ranges (Sierras) criss-crossing the state, have given rise to distinct cultures and micro climates within Oaxaca... 

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Hot chocolate is literally the drink of the Gods

When Hernán Cortés landed on the shores of Mexico, the Aztecs thought he was a white god, and welcomed him with what they thought was a heavenly beverage: hot chocolate. How did Cortes repay them? Rape, pillage, and burning their homes to the ground. It wasn't on account of the hot chocolate being bad. He just was not a pleasant guy.

 

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