New Mexico is geographically well-positioned to serve major markets in Mexico by both road and rail. The state has three ports of entry bordering Mexico, all overseen by the New Mexico Border Authority with varying degrees of service: Santa Teresa, Columbus, and Antelope Wells.
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Routes From Mexico
The ports at Matamoros and Mazàtlan are growing, making the connection from Santa Teresa an increasingly important one. The highway and rail systems connect these ports to the Santa Teresa port-of-entry where a large number of containers shipped in and out of Mexico will utilize the Santa Teresa intermodal facility.
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