“Carta Porte” and its changes for 2021.

August 29, 2021 5:34 pm Year after year modifications are made to foreign trade in order to make it easier and to refine the operational details, collection of contributions, etc. This 2021 will bring a very important change in the document called Carta Porte, which was previously a simpler document for land transport. The “carta Porte”, practically, is a “contract”… [+]

Risk is forecast in the container market in 2022 following the Covid-19 outbreak in China.

June 11, 2021 3:53 pm The consequences of the terrible pandemic continue to affect the economy and international logistics. The Covid-19 outbreak in southern China and the major Yantian port terminal is causing further problems and delays in a container market already affected for several months, “significantly increasing” the risk of capacity problems in 2022. Southern China is struggling to… [+]

2020 will set the beginning of a new international maritime industry

September 30, 2019 1:16 pm The measure implemented by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), regarding the maximum level of sulfur emissions allowed for ships (IMO 2020), leaving a maximum of 0.5% against the current standard with a sulfur content of 3.5%, subjects the international maritime industry to one of the most daunting challenges in its most recent 250 years of… [+]

Logistics and the energy revolution

September 10, 2019 12:46 am In different media sources, it is continuously and widely reported that there is a radical change in the energy sector. But why is maritime transport such an ecological logistics option for the main actors? Renewable energy is necessary for a sustainable future: ecological partnerships between cargo owners and transport providers will also help make that… [+]

Mexico and Denmark sign a Memorandum of Understanding regarding maritime matters

July 26, 2019 6:45 am The Secretariat of Communications and Transportations (SCT for its Spanish acronym), through the General Coordination of Ports and Merchant Marine (CGPMM for its Spanish acronym), and the Marine Authority of the Kingdom of Denmark signed a Memorandum of Understanding regarding the recognition of the qualifications of Mexican merchant sailors to work on ships with the… [+]

Seaports and their role in Mexico

April 24, 2019 9:45 am Approximately, the 90% of the products that are globally commercialized are transported by sea, and in one decade, the average capacity of the cargo ships was doubled, according to the International Transport Forum, the ports are the ones that allow the execution of the exchanges. The seaports facilitate trading and make the logistic costs more… [+]