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Cross-Border Collaborations Drive Business
Because of the versatility of the Landstar network, Nestor and Horne say their agency relationship on cross border freight remained strong, enduring the challenges presented by the pandemic in 2020.
Business at the U.S.-Mexico Border
As trade at the United States-Mexico border continues to expand, so do the opportunities available in the Landstar network.
10 Tips for Facilitating Cross-Border Trade
With such a high volume of loads crossing the U.S.-Mexico border on a daily basis, shippers should be aware of the intricacies of cross-border transportation regulations and procedures to have a successful, efficient supply chain.
Shipping Time-Sensitive Freight Across the Border
Good end-to-end visibility and coordination is critical when shipping time-sensitive goods across the U.S.-Mexico border.
Transporting Specialized Freight Across the Border
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.
Cross-Border Freight Visibility
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.
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.
How To Secure Capacity for Cross-Border Freight
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.
Q&A: 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.