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How will logistics companies prepare for the re-opening of the economy?

Escalated reopening As some businesses and companies reopen, they will need logistics services in order to do so. However, the number of goods that they will move will be much lower. According to the World Economic Forum, industries like apparel, tourism, and some food services are seeing a decline in demand as consumers are less […]

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What sanitary measures are companies taking to reopen?

Some cities like Monterrey and Mexico City already began their reopening processes, allowing some businesses and companies to open their doors once again. In the United States, some states have also started their reopening plans in this way. Transitioning into this new reality will not be an easy process, and companies will have to adopt […]

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5 Things to Know About USCMA

After an extensive process of renegotiation, North America has a new trade deal. What are the most important changes it has and what opportunities has for businesses

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The benefits of hiring a 3PL company.

Logistics is a fundamental element for companies that export their products abroad. Many of these businesses have a supply chain infrastructure and a team focused on logistics tasks. Nonetheless, in many occasions, companies are in the need for specialized services and advisory from other companies that work exclusively in logistics.

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What are non-tariff barriers?

In addition to these, there are other less-known technical and politically driven barriers known as non-tariff barriers. According to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), these measures are defined as: “policy measures other than ordinary customs tariffs that can potentially have an economic effect on international trade in goods, changing quantities traded, or prices or both.” (2012) […]

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The Importance of Canals for International Trade

How did this come to be? Around 90% of world trade is transported by sea. This means that around 753 million TEU containers were handled by ships, which run on a tight schedule to deliver goods. That’s why companies and countries look for geographical shortcuts, like canals, that allow ships to reduce transportation times by […]

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