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Supply chain constraints, a prolonged spike in marine shipping costs and geopolitical tensions have spurred more multinationals to relocate manufacturing and export facilities to Mexico to better serve their North American customers. Greater proximity to the United States provides numerous cost, time and environmental benefits. Those same factors are also driving many US companies to switch to Mexico-based suppliers. 

The nearshoring boom shows little sign of ebbing in the post-pandemic global economy. Yet transporting freight cross-border from Mexico still poses many challenges. 

This white paper, produced in partnership with BlueGrace Logistics, outlines the key questions you need to answer if nearshoring is becoming a larger component of your business.

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