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CEVA Inaugurates Two New U.S.-Mexico Transborder Services

CEVA Logistics has launched two new services as part of its U.S.-Mexico Transborder portfolio.

Mexico Direct offers faster customs clearance for Mexico importers. Customers get a combination of CEVA's less-than-truckload ground network on the U.S. side of the border, along with in-bond trucking on the Mexico side. Cargo moves from any CEVA station to the company's consolidation hubs in Los Angeles or Dallas/Fort Worth. It is then loaded onto dedicated inbound full trucks, and sent directly to selected Mexican airports, ready for local customs clearance by the importer of record. CEVA's internal LTL ground network connects with all of its stations in North America with time-definite, scheduled service. At the same time, CEVA has introduced a new rail/intermodal service. The company also provides airfreight services between Mexico and the U.S.

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Mexico Direct offers faster customs clearance for Mexico importers. Customers get a combination of CEVA's less-than-truckload ground network on the U.S. side of the border, along with in-bond trucking on the Mexico side. Cargo moves from any CEVA station to the company's consolidation hubs in Los Angeles or Dallas/Fort Worth. It is then loaded onto dedicated inbound full trucks, and sent directly to selected Mexican airports, ready for local customs clearance by the importer of record. CEVA's internal LTL ground network connects with all of its stations in North America with time-definite, scheduled service. At the same time, CEVA has introduced a new rail/intermodal service. The company also provides airfreight services between Mexico and the U.S.

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