A Rating System Adds Mexico

LTL Rates are for 600 points within Mexico, based on current point-to-point rates. This provides prices that are easy to understand for both U.S. and Mexican carriers.

To develop the rates, SMC3 identified the top four corridors trucks travel between the two countries. The developer explains that it created “south of the border” CzarLite rates by “adding Mexican rates to its standard U.S. rates. A shipment moving between a U.S. and Mexican border crossing point continues to move under the standard, established CzarLite rates, while distance from the border crossing point to the Mexican destination determines an applicable rate for the Mexican portion of the move.”

With this addition to CzarLite, LTL motor carriers now have a borderless baseline pricing system between the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

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