Aerospace News

  • Cargo transit through Queretaro airport up 45%

    From January through November 2017, the volume of cargo moved throughout the Intercontinental Airport of Queretaro (AIQ) had an annual growth of 45%, with 32,516 tons, reported El Financiero citing figures of the Directorate General of Civil Aeronautics (DGAC).

    The data of the DGAC shows that in the first 11

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  • Mexico’s first car-specialized port terminal to start operations in coming weeks

    A Specialized Car Terminal (TEA) will start operations in the Port of Lazaro Cardenas, Michoacan, during the first quarter of 2018, under the management of the marine port operator SSA Mexico.

    Claudia Sanchez, Director of Public and Government Relations of the company, told Notimexin recent days that after several years of litigation against the project, it was

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  • FIBRA Prologis acquires US$ 19.1 million Class-A building in Reynosa

    FIBRA Prologis, a leading owner and operator of Class-A logistics real estate in Mexico, today announced the acquisition of a 290,100-square feet fully occupied Class-A building for a total investment of US$ 19.1 million, including closing costs.

    The property was developed by sponsor Prologis and is in Prologis Park El Puente in the Reynosa market.

    "This newly developed facility complements our portfolio in Reynosa, which as

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  • Two logistic services suppliers expand cross-border capabilities in Laredo

    Two logistics firms with presence in the U.S.-Mexico border said they’ve expanded their capabilities for cross-border operations in Laredo, Texas, anticipating an increase of demand for such services.

    Last week Werner Enterprises, a transportation and logistics provider, opened a new office in Laredo, Texas. The company anticipates the office will create 50-100 new jobs within the next few years. The facility is complemented by

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  • Daimler introduces two cabover tractor trucks specifically for the Mexican market

    In response to the Mexican trucking industry’s shift towards cabover-engine tractor trucks, Daimler Trucks North American introduced two new Freightliner cabover models designed specifically for Mexico.

    The two new tractors, a Class 8 unit dubbed the 2528 and a Class 6 unit numbered 1217, join Daimler’s Freightliner 360 portfolio for the Mexican market. Daimler says the addition of the two new models steers it towards its goal to

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