Terminal Marítima Mazatlán (TMAZ) continues to consolidate as a key player in vehicle transfers, expecting to transfer more than 140,000 import and export units this year.
“We are the second largest vehicle operator in the Pacific, and we are proud of the expertise that has made us a key port in the automotive logistics chain, where we provide tailor-made solutions for our customers. We expect to close May with 20,000 units,” said TMAZ Chief Executive Officer Mauricio Ortiz.
TMAZ already has partners, including Nissan, Chirey, MG, Stellantis and Ford, that rely on the terminal’s services and is currently investing in larger storage areas in internal and external yards to best meet demand.
TMAZ, one of the ports operated by SAAM Terminals in the State of Sinaloa, connects the west coast of Mexico to the north-central part of the country and the southern U.S. via the Mazatlán-Matamoros highway. The main activities of the multipurpose port are agriculture, livestock farming, fishing, and mining. TMAZ is also one of the main vehicle ports in Mexico, serving the leading manufacturers.