Tag: Mexico

Lo Que Los Líderes de la Logística Deben Saber Sobre el Tratado USMCA Por: Frank McGuigan, CEO, Transplace El 1 de julio de 2020, el nuevo tratado comercial USMCA entre los Estados Unidos, México y Canadá reemplazará el tratado actual del TLCAN. El nuevo acuerdo actualiza el Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte…

What Logistics Leaders Need to Know about the USMCA Treaty By: Frank McGuigan, CEO, Transplace On July 1, 2020, the new USMCA trade treaty between the United States, Mexico, and Canada will replace the current NAFTA treaty. The new agreement updates the 1993 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and is the result of more…

Transplace’s Q2 2020 Logistics Market Quarterly Update Logistics industry specialists can look to Transplace’s Logistics Quarterly Market Update and Outlook Report to gain insights from Q2 2020 and an outlook for what’s to come. The report spotlights the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global supply chain. Using proprietary analytics and benchmarking statistics from…

The international trade community often faces new challenges due to changes to various national and international regulations and laws, and the Mexican customs landscape is no different. Recent adjustments to the Official Mexican Standards (i.e. NOMs) have created implications for cross-border trade; additionally, ICC’s Incoterms rules, the world’s essential terms of trade for the sale of…

**The following is an update to the Logistics Alert blog originally posted on April 3, 2019. As stated to the press yesterday, President Trump will not be closing the U.S-Mexico border. According to Time, “Trump told reporters Thursday he would try the ‘less drastic measure’ before resorting to his standing border-closure threat.” However, border control…

For many children, one of the most exciting parts of Halloween is dressing up and trick-or-treating to collect as much candy as possible. And there’s certainly no doubt that the holiday is a delightful time for kids – but have you ever thought about its substantial impact on U.S. retailers, manufactures and supply chains? This…

By: Jose Minarro, Senior Vice President of Customs in Mexico, Transplace For now, it’s only been agreed upon via a handshake, but the United States, Mexico and Canada have made a deal to update the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) – which will now be called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). However, while it…

It’s almost time to start the countdown and pop the champagne! As we head into the New Year, we wanted to look back at 2017 here on Logistically Speaking and showcase some standout moments. We’ve had some great success this year, and there are a number of blog posts that deserve a special end-of-year shout-out….

By: Troy Ryley, Senior Vice President,  Mexico, Transplace *Note: A version of this article previously appeared in the Adam Smith Project, a new initiative on trade from the publishers of American Shipper. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and its effect on the United States has been a much-talked-about topic recently, and there exists a desire…

By: Ben Enriquez, SVP Transportation Services In Mexico, the government controls fuel prices, and has done so for many years – and the intent of deregulating the country’s fuel market has been to reflect global fuel pricing conditions. However, in the past three years, the current government has not adjusted diesel prices in accordance with…