Mexican Transportation Management Consulting
Many international shippers, especially in the United States and Canada, see shipping across the US/Mexico border and Mexican distribution as a major supply chain obstacle. Top companies who have conducted cross border business for decades still regard the border and Mexico as the “black hole” when it comes to inventory and shipment tracking. With today’s technology and reformed law, it does not have to be this way.
Mexican Transportation Management Consulting Services
Borderless Coverage drives results and value for its clients that are looking to start or optimize its cross border and Mexican shipping and distribution operations. Before making recommendations, we form a baseline for your current operation by reviewing your historical data, growth projections, and by conducting management interviews. This baseline will serve as the foundation for our recommendations. Our bilingual experts use your data to create and model top cross border shipping and distribution scenarios. We collaboratively work with your team to determine the practical and ideal path for your supply chain. Borderless Coverage can then recommend and implement the following programs in North America:
- Customs & Compliance
- Ocean Freight Forwarding
- Ground Transportation
- Warehousing & Order Fulfillment
- Final Mile Distribution
- Omni-Channel Logistics
- Cross Border Parcel Solutions
- Nearshore Hub Fulfillment Facilities
- Systems – Order, Transportation, Warehouse, and Enterprise Resource Planning
Our team consists of business minded cross-border supply chain consultants, economists, lawyers, and global trade agreement negotiators. Our unique approach covers all angles of analysis and integrates all legal, economic, and international supply chain viewpoints.
This consulting is delivered by our team of supply chain experts from Borderless Coverage in the United States and by our sister company, AGON (www.agon.mx), in Mexico who work together to optimize our client’s performance while mitigating risks. They have been part of the most relevant trade negotiation processes worldwide, such as CPTPP, Mexico- European Union Trade Agreement, USMCA, NAFTA, and the Pacific Alliance, among others. They also negotiated bilateral investment agreements with countries such as Brazil, Argentina, Haiti, Turkey, Jordan and Costa Rica. Additionally, they have represented Mexico in international fora and organizations such as the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum (APEC), the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the World Trade Organization (WTO).
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