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Arrive Logistics and BlueGrace Logistics establish new offices in Guadalajara, Mexico

Arrive Logistics and BlueGrace Logistics recently announced the opening of their first offices in Mexico, reinforcing the nearshoring strategy south of the border.

Arrive’s new location in Guadalajara, Mexico, is an 18,000-square-foot facility housing business development teams, cross-border solutions, and global services. This expansion aligns with the growth of trade between the U.S. and Mexico, which reached $798 billion in 2023.

Headquartered in Austin, Arrive Logistics provides freight brokerage and technology services, boasting 1,700 employees, 6,000 clients, and 70,000 carriers in its network. This marks Arrive’s second international location after Toronto.

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BlueGrace Logistics also opened a center in Guadalajara, offering a wide range of services, including full and partial truckload transportation, refrigerated, flatbed, and intermodal services, as well as managed logistics outsourcing. This move addresses the increasing demand from carriers adopting nearshoring strategies.

Bobby Harris, founder and CEO of BlueGrace Logistics, expressed excitement about assisting clients with their cross-border logistics needs, streamlining cargo movement within and beyond the region.

What is nearshoring and how does it benefit U.S.-Mexico trade?

After the pandemic years, companies focused on finding shorter and stronger production chains that could be kept in operation at all times. One of the strategies born out of these efforts was nearshoring, which is based on moving part of a company’s production to be closer to its final destination.

Mexico and the United States, besides being neighbors, are part of the Mexico-United States-Canada Agreement (USMCA), making Mexico one of the most attractive destinations for international companies to set up in the country, in order to be closer to the U.S. market. Implementing the nearshoring strategy.

In addition, Mexico has generated solid production and logistics chains together with the United States. The time zones between the two countries are similar, adding attractiveness for companies and investors seeking new locations for their production centers.

Nearshoring also provides savings in transportation costs, decreases the risk of supply chain disruptions, and shortens move times for goods and inputs.

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