Capacity crunch gives shippers a headache as US-Mexico trucking rates soar

September 16, 2020 Gavin van Marle

US-Mexico trucking is no smoother since USMCA, the revised trade agreement between the US and its neighbours that replaced the NAFTA framework on 1 July, was roundly welcomed by trade groups.
It has not eased capacity problems on the US-Mexico border and trucking rates continue to go up as a rising tide of cargo is struggling to move.
And capacity is set to tighten further, which will push up rates even higher, ...

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