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Spotlight

Doing the Heavy Lifting for Oil and Gas

Tue, 01/21/2020 - 18:08

Maritimex began its story in 1885 in the port of Veracruz, where the company represented various shipping lines and vessels originating from Northern Europe. In the years to come, the company began to expand its offices across the Mexico and as a result established itself as Mexico’s largest shipping and port agency. Today, Maritimex operates 20 fully-owned port offices and provides national and international traders with maritime, inland and logistics services from Mexico to and from anywhere in the world.

MEXICAN BASE, GLOBAL OUTLOOK
As a member of several international associations for shipping and international trade, Maritimex is able to provide integrated logistics solutions not only in Mexico, but anywhere in the world. One of these associations is Multiport Shipping Agencies Network, which due to its presence in 104 countries provides Maritimex with the opportunity to partner and collaborate with shipping agency’s worldwide, thus offering wider and more complete logistics service packages to its clients here in Mexico.

MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT METHODS
Aside from being Mexico’s largest shipping agency, Maritimex is also able to provide clients with inland transportation via either truck or rail, throughout all of North America. The company’s multimodal and intermodal services expand its inland coverage, providing an additional transportation option for several cargo types, including dry, liquid and containerized cargo. Thanks to these transportation means, Maritimex is able to offer clients logistics services not only from port to port, but from door to door.

TECHNOLOGY AS SECURITY
Maritimex has always been committed to using the latest technology to improve the services it offers and is developing new in-house technologies to facilitate port operations as well as the administration processes. Maritimex also leverages technology to improve the safety of its services. Therefore, the company provides systematic protection via our centralized tracking system that connects with each freight carrier directly