Mexico Trade Data

Mexico Trade Data

05 Mar 2013
A group of Mexican tomato growers and the U.S. Department of Commerce have signed a new agreement that will govern the import of fresh Mexican-grown tomatoes into the U.S.
04 Mar 2013
CMA CGM will increase rates in its trade from North Europe, Scandinavia and the Mediterranean to Australia, starting April 1.
01 Mar 2013
Hapag-Lloyd will increase rates for all cargo in its trade from intra-Latin America and Latin America to North America, effective April 1.
27 Feb 2013
Hamburg Süd will increase rates on all cargo on its trade from the Mediterranean to Mexico and the U.S. Gulf, starting April 1.
26 Feb 2013
OOCL will hike rates on its trans-Atlantic trade, starting April 1.
22 Feb 2013
Cosco Container Lines will increase rates on all shipments from the Far East and Indian subcontinent to Panama, the Caribbean (Venezuela, Columbia and Costa Rica) and Mexico, starting March 15.
19 Feb 2013
Pacific Imperial Railroad has been engaging partners to upgrade its Desert Line freight operations in San Diego.
15 Feb 2013
Hapag-Lloyd has announced rate increases and surcharges that will become effective March and April.
12 Feb 2013
German ocean carrier Hapag-Lloyd will increase rates by $500 per 20-foot-equivalent unit on its trade route from East Asia to Mexico and the west coasts of Central America and South America...
06 Feb 2013
Hapag-Lloyd has announced changes in port rotation for its WAS and WAN services between the U.S. West Coast and Australasia.
05 Feb 2013
The U.S. Department of Commerce and the Mexican tomato industry have initialed a proposed agreement suspending the anti-dumping duty investigation of fresh tomatoes from Mexico, which is now open for comment.
04 Feb 2013
Mexico City-based mining corporation Grupo Mexico reported net income in the fourth quarter of 2012 was $724.8 million, jumping 22.6 percent from $591.3 million in the fourth quarter of 2011.
Ford production plant in Mexico
15 Nov 2012
Prospects for nearshoring, which is the transfer of business to a nearby country, have never looked better as U.S. companies turn to Mexico for the production of a variety of industrial and consumer goods.
17 Oct 2012
Logistics costs in Mexico were an estimated 9.9 percent of the nation’s gross domestic product, Armstrong & Co.