Transporting Specialized Freight Across the U.S.-Mexico Border

Bridge Crane in Laredo, Texas

Heavy or specialized loads present their own unique set of challenges for shippers handling cross-border trade. Pre-trip planning on this type of freight is critical.

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Cross-Border Freight Visibility

Tracking and Tracing

Access to data has facilitated better visibility and a qualified cross-border carrier should be able to provide shippers with shipment tracking even after their freight crosses into Mexico.

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Managing The Requirements of Cross-Border Shipments

Handing over a load of freight to a customs broker and/or meeting regulatory requirements of cross-border shipments can present unique challenges.

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How To Secure Capacity for Cross-Border Freight

Landstar - Eric Meyer

Eric Meyer, Landstar Transportation Logistics executive vice president, operations, shared this advice about securing capacity for freight crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in the July issue of Inbound Logistics. 

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Q&A: Mexico Cross-Border Operations

Mexico Cross Border Operations

Executive Vice President of Operations Eric Meyer answered some of the most common questions customers have about transportation management at the U.S./Mexico border in the September issue of Inbound Logistics.

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New Landstar U.S. / Mexico Logistics Service Center In Laredo

Landstar Laredo Logistics Center

The company has provided Mexico cross-border services out of Laredo since 1999, and has moved its operations to this new, expanded logistics center.

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Landstar SVP Serves on Panel About Cross Border Transportation

As a leading authority on freight transportation with Mexico, Landstar Senior Vice President of Automotive Marketing Scott Grady participated as a presenter and panelist in a discussion about cross border transportation service.

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Landstar Breaks Ground On New Logistics Center in Texas

Mexico Logistics Service Center Laredo, TX

The facility will be well-suited for Landstar's capacity, agents and customers and will allow Landstar to continue growing its Mexico service offerings, which include truck, rail, LTL, transload, customs brokerage and freight forwarding services.   

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