cargo-partner announced the launch of its road transport solutions facilitating seamless cross-border operations between the United States of America, Canada and now Mexico.

The company has been represented in Mexico since September 2021, offering a comprehensive portfolio of air, sea and road transport services, with offices in Puebla and Mexico City.

Additionally, the presence of the US team in four strategic cargo-partner offices—located in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, and Clarksville—ensures a strong representation for cargo-partner throughout North America. This enables effective support for customers engaged in cross-border shipping and facilitates shipments to various destinations worldwide.

Also, the US team can facilitate cross-border trucking from the US to Canada, working closely with a network of partners and agents in Canada, to ensure the highest level of customer service.

Ralf Schneider, president of cargo-partner in the US and regional director in the Americas, stated, “As well as strengthening our freight network across the globe, we’re also continuing to develop and improve our networks closer to home, as we create reliable and flexible solutions for customers moving goods between the USA and Mexico, and the USA and Canada.”

cargo-partner’s cross-border shipping services include trucking, warehousing, and customs clearance, with a variety of tailor-made solutions, such as cross-border trucking for full load (FTL), part load (LTL) and groupage shipments, specialised services for oversized, temperature-sensitive and valuable goods and enhanced road freight network across North America, including US, Mexico and Canada.

Moreover, the company offers domestic and cross-border trucking services for Canada, Mexico and the US, and has warehouse facilities in Clarksville, Tennessee, and Chicago, Illinois with a total of 28,000 m² of storage space, ensuring fast delivery throughout the entire US Midwest region.

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