Coahuila has more than 60 industrial parks, reflecting the large area dedicated for industry and the opportunities for the new investments.
For the most part, the industrial parks are strategically located at key points in the state, which allows the companies installed in the state to have the facilities to transfer their products to other states and countries.
The aerial transportation service in Coahuila has been designed to solve the challenges in the different dynamic scenarios of production, working as support and guideline for the progress and economic growth of the state.
Ciudad de Mexico, Puerto Vallarta, Monterrey, Dallas, Cancun, Houston, Tijuana, Cd. Juarez, Mazatlán, Guadalajara, Culiacán, Denver, Hermosillo, Querétaro.
• Phone: +52 (844) 488.0040
• Address: Aeropuerto Internacional de Saltillo - Plan de Guadalupe, Carretera Saltillo-Monterrey km 13.5, Ramos Arizpe, C.P. 25900
The seaports currently existing in Mexico allow the linkage and efficient mobility of goods; they are transportation logistics centers “intermodal” of first order that allows the delivery, suitable and timely reception of consumption. Ports in Mexico represent a strategic factor on its international commerce.
Due to the progresses of Free Trade international treaties in Mexico, as well as the scopes of world globalization, railroad transportation nationally has reappeared to support the supply chain, providing suitability, improve delivery times, decrease costs and mainly providing more safety to the transported merchandises.
Railroad in Mexico is fundamental part of the economic and commercial growth of which a 4 % annual maintained in the last 15 years is important, as well as being part of terrestrial transportation in more than 26 % of the total cargo managed nationwide.