WEBINAR: Balancing Cost, Service and Security in Mexico Cross-Border Shipping

 

Webinar: Balancing Cost, Service and Security in Mexico Cross-Border Shipping

Shipping freight across the U.S./Mexico border is complex. Cross-border shippers have to navigate multiple parties, cultures and governments.

They also have to decide on the right process (transloading vs. through-trailer) and source trustworthy providers on a limited budget. 

Balancing cost, service and security creates internal tensions between procurement and operations. There is no single best solution — the right answer for each business is different. How can shippers strike the right balance?

Join Kyle Toombs, Coyote Logistics' Head of Mexico as outlines core challenges, discusses through-trailer vs. transloading, details CTPAT, and offers best practices that will help you better balance cost, service and security in your cross-border supply chain. 

 

In this 35-minute, on-demand webinar, you'll learn:

  • The top challenges facing Mexico cross-border shippers
  • Mexico truckload market dynamics
  • What CTPAT is and why it's important
  • How produce season impacts the cross-border market
  • Through-trailer vs. transloading
  • Best practices for managing tension between procurement and operations

 

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Ready to simplify your cross-border supply chain? Click here to learn more about Coyote's cross-border solutions, or talk to a specialist about your unique needs.

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