We were pioneers of this service in the Toluca Valley. With more than 10 years of experience, the scope of this service has been extended to different regions in the country. Since its launch, this service was developed in order to achieve savings in the supply chain. 

Some of its advantages are:

Cost reductions throughout the supply chain.

The days off storage begin from the moment the container is received at the Intermodal Station. If storage is required, the costs for this service are lower than in the Ports.

Reduction of CO2 emissions by using the railway, thus helping the environment.

The Intermodal Terminals connect with the main roads in the country.

Increased security for cargo since there is a low risk of theft attempts in trains.

The Intermodal Terminals have Customs on site.

The process of pre-inspection of goods is faster at Intermodal Stations than at Seaports.

Some of the Intermodal Terminals offer Cross Dock services, free pool, storage, and supervised enclosure.

The solutions for this modality are available for import and export in the ports of Lázaro Cárdenas and Manzanillo and through the different Intermodal Stations located in different areas of the country. 

Table of distances and times (km/days) (mi/days)

To Puerta México
To Salinas Victoria
To Interpuerto
To Querétaro
From Lázaro Cárdenas
897 km.
557.37 mi.
1,285 km.
798.462 mi
792 km.
492.126 mi.
617 km.
383.386 mi.
A Puerta México
A Salinas Victoria
A Interpuerto
A Querétaro
From Lázaro Cárdenas
3-4 days
4-6 days
4-5 days
3-4 days

For more information, please contact our logistics advisors.