The logistics service provider's main office is in Mexico City near the Mexico City International Airport. It also has operations in Manzanilio, Veracruz and Nuevo Laredo.
The Mexico offices will provide full-service air and sea freight forwarding services to all of Mexico, handling import and export trade, customs brokerage, warehouse management services, ground freight to the US and Canada, and door-to-door less than truckload and truckload service.
Seko officials point out that in 2006, the US provided 73% of Mexico's imports and was a destination market for 89% of Mexico's exports. Canada is the second largest destination for Mexican products.