Trucking services feeding air cargo across the border take off for Mexpress

May 29, 2020 Alex Lennane

Mexpress, a road feeder service (RFS) provider offering bonded trucking between US and Mexican airports, this week launched a service from Columbus, Ohio to Guadalajara.
Tuesday’s service was the latest in a growing number of cross-border lanes feeding air cargo to and from international carriers serving US gateways.
Mexpress said it had seen demand rise considerably in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic – “up 25-30% year over year”, reported Mike Gamel, chairman ...

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