Posts Tagged: Mexico

Logistics Plus México Celebrates 15th Anniversary

LP Mexico 15 Years Party Collage

On the heels of the Logistics Plus 25th anniversary corporate celebration next week in Erie, PA, Logistics Plus México is also celebrating its 15th anniversary this year. Many of the “LP México” members were able to spend some time together last week Saturday, July 24th – the actual date 15 years ago that its first… Read more »

Logistics Plus Receives CTPAT Partnership Renewal for 2021


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Logistics Plus Receives CTPAT Partnership Renewal for 2021 This is the 13th straight year that Logistics Plus has been CTPAT approved by CBP. ERIE, PA (January 6, 2021) – Logistics Plus Inc. (LP), a leading worldwide provider of transportation, logistics, and supply chain solutions, is pleased to share that the U.S. Customs… Read more »

The New USMCA Certificate of Origin Form and Instructions


The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) replaced the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) on July 1, 2020. Parties wishing to import “originating goods” duty-free into the United States, Mexico, and Canada utilizing the preferential benefits of the USMCA free trade agreement must have a valid certificate of origin on file at the time of claim,… Read more »

Examples of Project Cargo Managed in Oct./Nov./Dec. 2018

The Logistics Plus Project Cargo Team has been busy in the final months of 2018. In October, November, and December, and as outlined below, we have managed a variety of projects, including the successful deliveries of windmills, transformers, storage tanks, and more (photos included in the video below). LP Mexico and Turkey helped deliver a combined cycle… Read more »

Congratulations Francisco on Becoming a U.S. Citizen!


Congratulations to Francisco Tijerina on becoming an official U.S. citizen today! Francisco joined Logistics Plus in 2002, and today he heads up business development and operations for the LP Mexico division. What a great achievement for one of the nicest and humblest guys you could know (he’s so humble, he begrudgingly allowed us to share his… Read more »

We’ve Moved – New Logistics Plus Offices near Monterrey, Mexico


Greetings from San Pedro Garza Garcia, NL (just outside of Monterrey) … the new home of the Logistics Plus Mexico headquarters! The moving process, as expected, wasn’t as flawless as we were hoping; but with the team’s help things are getting together and falling into their place. Here are a few pictures of the new facilities…. Read more »

Logistics Plus selected as a member of new IFLN Global Projects network


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Logistics Plus selected as a member of the new IFLN Global Projects network Logistics Plus will provide project forwarding services in Mexico and USA as part of the membership ERIE, PA (September 18, 2017) – Logistics Plus Inc., a leading worldwide provider of transportation, logistics, and supply chain solutions, is proud to… Read more »

What to Know about Shipping Between the U.S. and Mexico

Shipping between the U.S and Mexico

Shipping between the U.S. and Mexico is not as easy as it may seem. In order to transport shipments between these countries, there are certain regulations and documents that must be legally followed. The most common methods of shipping goods from the United States to Mexico are by truck, rail, air and sea, or a… Read more »

Logistics Plus Mexico 10th Anniversary Celebration Photos


As previously announced, Logistics Plus is celebrating its 10th anniversary in Mexico this year. Although the milestone took place in July, the “LP Mexico” team officially celebrated the anniversary this past weekend. Jim Berlin, founder and CEO of Logistics Plus, was – of course – in attendance at the party which took place in Monterrey, Mexico…. Read more »

The Benefits of Nearshoring in Mexico


Many recent articles and white papers have been discussing the emerging trend of nearshoring in Mexico. Thanks to rising costs in China, delays and disruptions to transpacific shipping routes, and logjams at United States western seaports, many manufacturers are looking closer to home for their sourcing needs.  For many of these companies, Mexico – the third largest U.S. trade partner… Read more »