Ongoing disruptions at US-Mexico rail crossings lead logistics firms to seek alternative transport routes, including trucks and maritime solutions.
While trade activity escalates in South America, influenced by diversified sourcing strategies, the Panama Canal continues to face drought-induced challenges.
Congestion at North American ports eases, but nearshoring from Mexico surges, challenging capacity.
Global manufacturers, led by insights from Lectra, are realigning their operations closer to American markets for better efficiency and control.
The Marcelino Serna Port of Entry in Texas is set to resume handling commercial truck traffic, providing an alternative route to busy El Paso crossings.
NextDecade Corp pushes forward with its massive LNG export terminal project at the Port of Brownsville, aiming to transform South Texas's trade dynamics.
Deutsche Post DHL is investing €500m in Latin America, expanding warehouses in alternative hubs to meet growing demand for diversified supply chains.
In response to the nearshoring trend among US companies, Fibra Prologis is set to invest $700M in Mexico's industrial parks and warehouses.