TIJUANA – The signing of the “International Garita Heavy Vehicles and Foreign Trade Corridor Agreement” will allow merchandise to be transported in a more agile manner, which will reduce waiting times at the Ports of Entry.
The head of the National Chamber of Freight Transport (Canacar), Israel Delgado Vallejo, said that the industrial area of Otay has suffered from a mobility problem, to the point that the export corridor rows have been delayed for up to 10 hours.
For his part, Salvador Díaz, president of the Association of Industrialists of the Mesa de Otay (AIMO), said that 60% of the cargoes that cross the United States¾3,500 cargoes¾are from companies that are certified, so they will be given the opportunity to have easier access.
It should be noted that with this agreement traffic elements will be assigned to give fluidity to vehicle traffic in that area.
Source: El Sol de Tijuana