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Worry-Free Cross-Border Shipping Now a Reality

Full Article Posted on Freight Waves 10/27/2022. Updated 10/28/2022 @1:58pm EST The potential for lucrative foreign investment tempered by concern about crime is shaping Mexico’s future in a peculiar way. From a glass-half-full perspective, nearshoring and an influx of manufacturing have bolstered Mexico’s economic prospects. Forbes reports that Mexico garnered $11.9 billion in foreign direct investment

Cross-border Trucking Interest Heats Up- Laredo Event Draws Record Crowd

  If you are looking to start, grow, or optimize Mexican or cross border shipping and distribution operations with practical risk management, you can check out the highlights from our recent Laredo event here. While Los Angeles and Long Beach may have the splendor of larger-than-life container ships, the inland port of Laredo, Texas, has proven to

Mexico Transportation Risk Management Series

Risk Management Mexico

Borderless Coverage and Freight Waves have completed a series of articles on Mexico Transportation Optimization and Risk Management. Please review the articles here, and reach out to us if you have any questions regarding coverage in Mexico. Click here for an annual policy quote or here for a one-time load quote. All Risk Coverage Turning

Why You Should Consider Mexico

consider Mexico

In our latest blog with Freight Waves, we discuss the increasing attractiveness of Mexico for shippers and manufacturers. You can read the original article in full, here. Economic growth in Mexico has caught the attention of many U.S. manufacturers and shippers looking to nearshore or take advantage of Mexico’s improving transportation networks and young, educated

Case Study: Safely Shipping Seafood Across the Border

Safely Shipping Seafood Across the Border Image

In this article, we discuss safely shipping seafood across the border. You can read the original article on Freight Waves, here. Running a cross-border business is hard enough, but even more so when seafood is in the mix. Now you’ve got to worry about spoilage in addition to cargo theft and other risks. Phillipe Katkhouda

All Risk Coverage Turning Heads in Mexico

all risk coverage mexico

With the landscape of Mexican freight changing rapidly, more and more shippers are turning to all risk coverage. We have included highlights from a recent Freight Waves article that highlights Borderless Coverage and it’s offerings. Highlights from the article: The Mexican freight landscape of today is changing rapidly. The country’s reputation for logistics lawlessness is

Are Mexico Free Trade Zones Worth Exploring?

Mexico Free Trade Zones

  Borderless Coverage CEO, Mark Vickers, was recently interviewed for an article with FreightWaves on the topic of Mexico Free Trade Zones. In the article, Vickers discusses whether it is worth considering Mexico Free Trade Zones for your operation. You can read the full article here. Highlights: Does it make sense to move manufacturing and/or

All-Risk Coverage Is Critical

All Risk Coverage US Mexico Border

In our recent article with Freight Waves, we discuss why All-Risk coverage is critical and how a Canadian freight brokerage overcame challenges of shipping in and out of Mexico. The excerpts of the article below were originally posted on FreightWavs.com. Cross-border shipping is a tricky business, there’s no getting around it. But with a reliable

Insurance + FreightTech to Hurdle any Cross-Border Issue

combining insurance and freight tech

In our latest Freight Waves article, Borderless Coverage explores the importance of combining insurance and technology to mitigate your risk. The article reviews how Mark Vickers, of Reliance Partners, teamed up with Troy Ryley, president of Redwood Mexico, to share their best practices for improving cross-border trade and mitigating risks. As safety remains a top

Shipper’s Interest Insurance – FAQs

Shipper's Interest Insurance - FAQs

The Innovation of Shipper’s Interest Insurance  It is no secret that finding the proper freight insurance is not easy.  When comparing policies, it is difficult to understand what is covered, what limitations exist, where the liability falls, and more.  A one-size-fits-all policy is nonviable when it comes to freight insurance, but the flexibility provided by