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Best Practices for Shipping Southbound into Mexico


February 06, 2012

Whether you’re shipping auto brakes, consumer appliance parts, paper or simply packaging material, there are incredible intricacies to cross-border transit – from documentation standards and customs issues, to specific requirements for certain types of shipments. Getting it right is essential: timely delivery impacts production south of the border. To help, we’ve put together this strategy guide for making your intermodal shipments into Mexico smoother.

Do you typically ship to Mexico via truck? These tips will help you, too, and you may discover benefits of intermodal that are worth considering.

Either way, this white paper leverages Pacer’s many years of experience, and the knowledge of our dedicated Mexico transportation team to cover best practices every Mexico shipper needs to know.


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