Executive Briefings

Mexican Logistics Infrastructure Report

Mexico has come a long way since the beginning of NAFTA.  Foreign Direct Investments have grown its productive capacity, most of which is exported out through its Northern borders cross points.

Mexico's Economy has reacted accordingly, with progress coming in leaps and bounds. Its logistics infrastructure and operational efficiencies have struggled to keep up. This sector has experienced order of magnitude improvements though, with operational efficiencies rapidly approaching those of its Northern neighbor.

The entry of large foreign players acted as a substantial competitive catalyst Not only did they acquire local companies, and improve their efficiencies with their imported practices, they also forced competitors to adopt more efficient methodologies in order to survive. They then also raised customer expectations in terms of service and operational metrics.

The virtuous circles kicked off by the NAFTA agreement are still producing their benefits today in all sectors of the Economy, and the underlying logistics sector. This sector is the backbone of Mexico's export industry

The Mexico Infrastructure Report summarizes the structure underpinning this efficient export machinery.

The Mexico Infrastructure Report details the following points:

• Mexico urban cities
• Mexico ports infrastructure
• Mexico highway infrastructure
• Mexico cross border statistics
• Mexico rail infrastructure
• Mexico industrial distribution
• Mexican industrial hubs

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Mexico has come a long way since the beginning of NAFTA.  Foreign Direct Investments have grown its productive capacity, most of which is exported out through its Northern borders cross points.

Mexico's Economy has reacted accordingly, with progress coming in leaps and bounds. Its logistics infrastructure and operational efficiencies have struggled to keep up. This sector has experienced order of magnitude improvements though, with operational efficiencies rapidly approaching those of its Northern neighbor.

The entry of large foreign players acted as a substantial competitive catalyst Not only did they acquire local companies, and improve their efficiencies with their imported practices, they also forced competitors to adopt more efficient methodologies in order to survive. They then also raised customer expectations in terms of service and operational metrics.

The virtuous circles kicked off by the NAFTA agreement are still producing their benefits today in all sectors of the Economy, and the underlying logistics sector. This sector is the backbone of Mexico's export industry

The Mexico Infrastructure Report summarizes the structure underpinning this efficient export machinery.

The Mexico Infrastructure Report details the following points:

• Mexico urban cities
• Mexico ports infrastructure
• Mexico highway infrastructure
• Mexico cross border statistics
• Mexico rail infrastructure
• Mexico industrial distribution
• Mexican industrial hubs

Click here for more.