NM_highway_mapThe southwest is the fastest growing region of the country and New Mexico is right at the heart of it, offering a very low cost of doing business well-suited for logistics, transportation and distribution. The state is crisscrossed by three major interstates: I-25 (north-south), I-40 (east-west), and I-10 (east-west), in addition to two- and four-lane highways. The volume of truck traffic into the state translates into low backhaul rates for goods leaving the state.

Destination (in miles) Albuquerque Santa Teresa
Calgary 1,530 1,788
Chicago 1,337 1,524
Ciudad Juárez 16 269
Dallas 647 648
Denver 447 705
Houston 884 759
Kansas City 788 944
Las Vegas 572 724
Long Beach 799 803
Matamoros 1,200 950
Mazatlán 1,077 827
New Orleans 1,170 1,105
Newark 1,981 2,185
Oklahoma City 544 732
Phoenix 418 424
Salt Lake City 598 858

Resources

link_12 Logistics, Transportation & Distribution

link_12 The Borderplex

link_12 Brochure: Moving It Forward