Trucking in Mexico Report Outlines Intra-Mexico and Cross-Border Trucking with the United States and Profiles Key Players


WEST ALLIS, Wis., June 22, 2017 — Trucking in Mexico totaled $60 billion in 2016, according to a new report just released by Armstrong & Associates. The report titled “Trucking in Mexico: Navigating the Opportunity” quantifies the Mexican trucking market, U.S. and Mexico export and import activity, and outlines the current shipment process for shippers and truckload carrier/3PL providers.

The Mexican trucking market is divided into intra-Mexico and cross-border import/export trucking with the United States. Domestic trucking’s core is the Mexico City area, connecting to major cities like Monterrey and Guadalajara. Cross-border traffic is dominated by export/import activity involving the United States. The busiest cross-border port is Laredo, Texas.

Commenting on the report, Richard Armstrong, chairman of Armstrong & Associates said, “Trucking in Mexico remains complex and heavy with requirements, but there are many 3PL providers that have the process down to a science. This report summarizes the market opportunity and identifies the key players and the process by which to follow.”

Ryder and 12 additional U.S.-Mexico Truckload Carrier/3PL Providers are profiled in the report. “Trucking in Mexico: Navigating the Opportunity” also includes the revenues for the top 45 Mexican Motor Carrier companies ranging from $28.6 to $217.0 million.

The complete report is available from Armstrong & Associates at http://www.3plogistics.com/product/trucking-in-mexico-navigating-the-opportunity/.

ABOUT ARMSTRONG & ASSOCIATES, INC. Armstrong & Associates, Inc. (A&A) was established in 1980 to meet the needs of a newly deregulated domestic transportation market. Since then, through its leading Third-Party Logistics (3PL) market research and history of helping companies outsource logistics functions, A&A has become an internationally recognized key resource for 3PL market information and consulting.

A&A’s mission is to have leading proprietary supply chain knowledge and market research not available anywhere else. As proof of our continued work in supporting our mission, A&A’s 3PL market research is frequently cited in media articles, publications, and securities filings by publicly traded 3PLs. In addition, A&A’s email newsletter currently has over 42,000 subscribers globally.

A&A’s market research complements its consulting activities by providing continually updated data for analysis. Based upon its unsurpassed knowledge of the 3PL market and the operations of leading 3PLs, A&A has provided strategic planning consulting services to over 30 3PLs, supported 17 closed investment transactions, and provided advice to numerous companies looking to benchmark existing 3PL operations or outsource logistics functions.

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SOURCE Armstrong & Associates, Inc.

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