UPS Freight, the less-than-truckload arm of UPS, will now offer door-to-door service to and from Mexico, including UPS customs brokerage capabilities and single invoicing for all services between the US, Canada and Mexico.
“The expanded service to and from Mexico ensures that customers on both sides of the border will enjoy faster transit times,” said Kevin Hartman, VP of strategy at UPS Freight, in a statement. “We’ve effectively combined UPS’s global trade experience with local market expertise to deliver the fast, reliable service customers are demanding throughout North America.”
Freight will be expedited by using five border crossings, including Otay Mesa, CA-Mexacali and across the Mexican-Arizona border at Nogales, and three in Texas: Brownsville/McAllen-Matamoros, El Paso-Ciudad Juarez and Laredo-Nuevo Laredo, the company said.
UPS Freight operates more than 200 service centers in the US and Canada, and more than 40 in Mexico.