de R.L. de C.V. The new Querétaro location will primarily handle Mexico moves with expertise in Over-The-Road Truckload, Temp-control, Flatbed, LTL and intermodal.

The opening of the Querétaro office is an important step in BNSF Logistics’ ongoing investment and expansion efforts in order to better serve existing and future customers in Mexico. The new office allows Logistics to build the market and provide Mexico with a new level of support that BNSF Logistics is known for in the global market.

BNSF Logistics has hired Luis Hernández to oversee the new Querétaro location. He comes to the BNSF Logistics team with more than 17 years of experience in the logistics industry.

“We are excited about our continued expansion in Mexico and adding the talent Luis and his team are bringing to our organization,” said Dan Curtis, Chief Operating Officer of BNSF Logistics.

For more information about Logistica’s new Querétaro location or services, visit bnsflogistics.com or call + 52 1 (442) 707 1333.

About BNSF Logistics

BNSF Logistics is a subsidiary of Burlington Northern Sante Fe, LLC, a Berkshire Hathaway company. BNSF Logistics is a multi-modal, third party, logistics services provider specializing in movement of freight around the globe, featuring uncommon service scope, resources and financial depth. The company operates more than 30 offices throughout North America, with more than 120 FCPA-certified Global Service Providers (GSPs) for import and export of general and project cargoes throughout the world.

Source: bnsflogistics
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