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Transportation Infrastructure Equipment and Services

Market Overview

(Figures in $ billions)

Indicator 

2014

2015

2016p

Total Market Size

2.36

2.43

2.54

Total Local Production

4.48

4.70

4.83

Total Exports

9.94

4.01

4.08

Total Imports

1.37

1.40

1.46

Imports from the U.S.

0.88

0.89

0.86

p Projected data Note: Data includes trucks for semi-trailers

Source: National Bank for International Trade (Bancomext) & Secretariat of Economy

The Mexican transportation sector is facing one of the most important challenges in its history. The huge growth in Mexican foreign trade, in addition to the increase in traffic of merchandise arriving at Mexican ports for export to the U.S. and Canada, require a transportation sector able to provide efficiency, cost savings and cargo security.

The President of Mexico announced planned investment of $586 billion in infrastructure projects during the period from 2014-2018. The plan includes a heavy focus on the construction and modernization of roads, airports, maritime ports and railways. Although several infrastructure projects have been affected by international oil prices, current projected economic growth will still allow the public and private sectors to continue with initial plans to develop many important transportation infrastructure projects.

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Learn more in our Country Commercial Guide

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Contact: Adrián Orta

adrian.orta@trade.gov

52-55-5080-2000 ext. 5220


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