Category: Logistics

Chihuahua was the state least affected by COVID-19

CHIHUAHUA – During June, industrial activity in Chihuahua contracted by 127% compared to the same month of 2019, making it one of the least affected states in the country, according to data from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography...

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South Texas leaders in Mexico to discuss water debt

TEXAS — A delegation of local South Texas leaders led by US Rep Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, met with Mexico’s foreign minister in Mexico City as part of ongoing meetings that continue over a number of issues affecting US border communities,...

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Nuevo Leon presents transportation project to Monterrey Airport

MONTERREY – The Institute of Mobility and Accessibility of Nuevo León presented to representatives of Grupo Aeroportuario Centro Norte (OMA), the project of a new high specification Express Route that would connect the subway station "Y Griega"...

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Tower in Nuevo León will be Latin America’s tallest

MONTERREY – Monterrey, Nuevo León, plans to build what will be the tallest skyscraper in all of Latin America, said Mayor Adrián de la Garza in his second annual report The 420-meter building, to be named Torre Rise, is now in the...

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Chihuahua’s capital goes to yellow light

CHIHUAHUA – Governor Javier Corral Jurado announced that the entire state goes to the yellow light, after the federal Health Secretariat kept Chihuahua at moderate risk of contagion and as the epidemiological indicators allow He recalled that...

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Nuevo Leon’s construction industry registers recovery

NUEVO LEON – After Nuevo Leon' s construction sector maintained a predominantly downward trend from April to June, both monthly and yearly, since it only reported a 523% increase in real terms in May compared to April, in July it resumed its...

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BIO El Paso-Juarez launches program to help local companies

EL PASO – BIO El Paso-Juarez officially kicked-off its program focused on helping El Paso manufactures increase the production of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and develop medical device supply chains locally Over the course of four...

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The Arizona Tourism Industry has lost US$7 billion during the pandemic

ARIZONA – The Arizona Tourism industry has been hit hard by the pandemic, even as weather begins to cool in the state, group travel, conventions and other traditional tourism activities are more or less at a standstill Kim Sabow is president...

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Freedom Forever expands its operations in Texas

TEXAS – Freedom Forever, a residential solar energy installer, has increased its presence in Texas Less than a year ago, it was announced that Freedom Forever would be bringing its operation to Houston and Dallas Just eight months later, the...

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COVID-19 vaccine trial set to begin in San Diego

SAN DIEGO – UC San Diego has announced it will being administering a COVID-19 vaccination trial in the coming weeks in conjunction with Oxford University and AstraZeneca, a British pharmaceutical company This is part of a nationwide trial that...

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