Transport and Logistics in Mexico, Market Focus

by Bolloré Logistics Mexico

 Mexico’s $2.4 trillion economy has mostly been oriented toward manufacturing in the 24 years since the North American free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) entered into force. Mexico manufactures and exports the same amount of goods as the rest of Latin America combined. Its wide network of trade agreements makes it one of the most connected economies in the world, and an excellent gateway to the Americas or foreign companies.


Today, Mexico is the 13th largest exporter in the world with 81% of its exports going to the United States in 2017. Including most of the flat-screen TVs sold in the United States, Mexico is now a major manufacturing center for electronics, as well as making medical devices and aerospace parts.

Starting its formal operations in 1998 in its offices at Mexico City (Polanco area and the airport), Bolloré Logistics Mexico has gained a reputation throughout the years for its efficient and competitive work as a logistics service provider in the country. Headquartered in Mexico City (customs Airport and warehousing) and strong of over 85 staff within the nation, they also have other operational offices in Guadalajara and San Luis Potosí with warehousing capacities, as well as a sales office in Querétaro.

In addition to traditional freight operations (air, sea and land), Bolloré Logistics Mexico also provides warehousing close to the international Airport and distribution in Mexico, as well as covering cross-border logistics. 


Its main fields of expertise include Aerospace, High Tech, Automotive, Oil & Gas, Industrial Projects and Consumer Retail. As way of example, Bolloré Logistics Mexico has been handling and managing the inventory of Airbus Helicopters Mexico for the past few years in their warehouse in Mexico City.

​Recognized as an international Air Transport Association (IATA) agent, they are also ISO 9001:2015 certified in compliance with civil protection. Bolloré Logistics Mexico is also certified and recognized as a Non-Vessel-Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC), an HAZMAT-certified specialist, and owns a harmonized alphanumeric carrier code (CAAT) Mexican license.

1. Bolloré Logistics Mexico – Project for TRINIDAD DRILLING at Dos Bocas port.
2. Aerospace – customer Kidzania/Airbus Mexico Industrial Projects / Aerospace capabilities.
3. Bolloré Logistics Mexico’s team present at the Marathon Day 2017, a community event where the funds raised are donated to a non-profit organization.
4. Bolloré Logistics Mexico was present as a sponsor at Mexico’s Aerospace Summit in Querétaro, from August 30-31, 2017.


Charles Nedelec

Managing Director Mexico

T: + 52 55 4334 7000

Alfredo Maldonado

Sales Director - Mexico

T: +44 4447 7208