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Mitsubishi Electric plans to triple-fold elevator production in Queretaro by 2025
Mitsubishi Electric de Mexico, a subsidiary of Japanese multisector manufacturer Mitsubishi Group that builds electric and architectural equipment at two plants in Queretaro, aims to increase the yearly production capacity at one of its facilities from current 1,000 elevators to 2,000 in 2020 and, s...
Cargo movement by railroad companies in Mexico up 4% in 2017
Cargo traffic through the Mexican rail system increased 4% last year, going from 122 to 126.9 million tons, according to figures from the Railway Statistical Yearbook released by the Rail Transport Regulatory Agency. In 2017, almost half of the cargo handled by rail companies operating in the count...
Mexican exports to Canada up 4.3%; trade surplus hikes 13.7%
Mexican exports to Canada grew 7.4% last February compared to the previous month, after going from US$ 1.28 billion in the first month of 2018 to US$ 1.38 billion in February, according to official figures that Statistics of Canada released on Thursday. Last February's figure exceeded in 4.3% that ...
First phase of the New Port of Veracruz to begin operations in June
A 2.67-mile (4.3 kilometers) breakwater, the longest in Latin America, has been finished in the New Port of Veracruz, hence a new terminal facility is almost ready to begin operations adding capacity to the 116-year old harbor. Such expansion is part of a US$ 3.69 billion (MXN$ 70 billion) project ...
Japan-based Yusen Logistics opens customs bonded warehouse in Guanajuato
Japan-based Yusen Logistics, a third-party logistics (3PL) provider with global presence, announced it has gained bonded status for its Bajio Logistics Center (BLC) in Mexico, which will enable customers to securely store cargo without immediate payment of duty and taxes. Located near Celaya, Guana...

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