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Carriers that Play a Key Role in Trade to Mexico
By Hailey Desormeaux on 11 December 2014
   Each week, approximately 79,791 TEUs are allocated to Mexico from various trades. About 34,758 of this capacity comes from Asia, which is the busiest trade to Mexico.
   Each week, approximately 79,791 TEUs are allocated to Mexico from various trades. About 34,758 of this capacity comes from Asia, which is the busiest trade to Mexico. Of the 18 carriers that participate in the Asia to Mexico trade, Maersk Line makes up the largest percentage of the trade's share, allocating approximately 7,156 TEUs each week from Asia to Mexico.
   However, of the 12 services that allocate capacity from Asia to Mexico, Hapag-Lloyd's AME service allocates more capacity over any other liner service, at about 6,257 TEUs per week towards this trade. Although many options are available for trade to Mexico from eight different trades through the use of 34 shipping services, over 8,000 TEUs less a week are allocated to Mexico than this time last year.