Mexico

06 Dec 2016
Bipartisan legislation would make it easier for US Customs and Border Protection to partner with private companies or entities to fund infrastructure improvements at US border crossings and ports of entry.
Members of the Coordinadora Nacional de Trabajadores de la Educación teachers' union blockade train tracks in Mexico's Michoacan state.
25 Jul 2016
Angry Mexican teachers are blockading some of the country's railways, leaving thousands of containers stranded.
The Port of Veracruz, pictured, handled 273,977 loaded TEUs in the first five months of 2016, a 1 percent decline year-over-year.
12 Jul 2016
A rise in imports has driven up the volume of loaded 20-foot-equivalent units moving through Mexican ports this year despite a slow-moving economy.
The Hammonia Venetia is worked the Port of Tuxpan, which is situated in between two of Mexico's top ports, but is located closer to Mexico City than either of them.
08 Jul 2016
The successful arrival and departure Monday night of the Hammonia Venetia at the Port of Tuxpan, the first ever ship to dock there, ushered in what could be a fierce fight among Mexican ports on the Gulf Coast.
21 Jun 2016
Major Japanese transportation and logistics companies are following in the footsteps of their corporate customers and rushing to strengthen their presence in Mexico.
20 Jun 2016
The North American Free Trade Agreement’s cross-border freight growth of 3.2 percent in 2015 — representing 14.7 million truck and rail containers crossing both borders — exceeds the global ocean container trade’s weak gain of 1.3 percent in the same period.
15 Jun 2016
Hutchison Port Holdings has spelled out its SOLAS policy at four Mexican terminals.
27 May 2016
An increase in Asian freight shipped straight to Mexico means fewer trucks heading south from the U.S., tighter capacity for northbound shipments.
06 May 2016
For the second consecutive year, no U.S. West Coast port achieved double-digit growth or even made the Top 10 fastest-growing ports among the JOC Top 25 North American container ports in 2015.
Port of New York, Elizabeth
05 May 2016
Leading the North America combined outbound and inbound container trade in 2015 were the Southern California ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach with a combined volume of 10.4 million laden TEUs, tumbling 4.5 percent year-over-year.
Port Metro Vancouver
05 May 2016
Leading the North America outbound container trade in 2015 were the Southern California ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach with a combined volume of 2.8 million TEUs, plunging 7.8 percent year-over-year, although representing 18.1 percent of the overall North America outbound container trade.