The Looming Threat to US-Mexico Supply Chains

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In a bold move that could have far-reaching implications for supply chains connecting the United States and Mexico, truckers in Mexico are gearing up to stage a nationwide protest and disrupt critical trade routes. Fueled by mounting concerns over security issues on Mexican highways, the Mexican Alliance of Carrier Organizations (AMOTAC) is spearheading this movement,

Mark Vickers feature on Risk Roulette

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Discover essential insights to safeguard your nearshoring investments in the compelling feature article by Mark Vickers on BNamericas. With a wealth of experience culminating in the creation of Borderless Coverage, Vickers delves into the intricacies of Mexico’s nearshoring boom. While the potential for growth is significant, the article emphasizes the critical issue of organized crime’s

Addressing the Growing Threat of Truck Hijackings in Mexico

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In today’s interconnected world, cross-border trade plays a crucial role in the global economy. As businesses expand their reach, so do the challenges they face. One of these challenges, particularly pertinent to the insurance industry, is the rising threat of organized crime-related cargo truck hijackings. Recent developments reported by the Mexican news magazine, Proceso shed

Highway Heists: Cargo Truck Robberies Surge on Etla-Oaxaca Route

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In a recent report from NVI, it has been revealed that incidents of cargo truck robberies have been escalating on the Etla-Oaxaca highway. This troubling trend has caused concern among authorities and businesses alike, with multiple incidents being reported in the region. The article highlights the increase in brazen attacks on cargo trucks transporting valuable