WEB_CITE CITY SITE SELECTION
IN THIS SECTION: Site Selection – Transportation
PHARR BRIDGE • www.pharrbridge.com The Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge serves as one of the most important ports of entry for the U.S.-Mexico border. It handles both commercial and passenger-operated vehicles and crosses about 175,000 vehicles monthly. The Pharr International Bridge is also the only commercial bridge crossing in Hidalgo County, and is the number two bridge in the country for crossing of fruits and vegetables. The Pharr International Bridge connects US Hwy. 281/I-69W to the City of Reynosa, Tamaulipas, the fastest growing city in Mexico.
ECHO GLOBAL LOGISTICS • www.echo.com Echo Global Logistics, Inc. (Nasdaq: ECHO) is a provider of technology-enabled transportation and supply chain management services. Echo maintains a proprietary, web-based technology platform that compiles and analyzes data from its network of more than 50,000 transportation providers to serve its clients’ needs. Oering freight brokerage and managed transportation services across all major modes, Echo works to simplify the critical tasks involved in transportation management.
LYNDEN • www.lynden.com Over land, on the water, in the air — or in any combination — Lynden has been helping customers solve transportation problems for almost a century. Operating in such challenging areas as Alaska, Western Canada, and Russia, as well as other areas around the globe, Lynden has built a reputation of superior service to diverse industries.
POLARIS TRANSPORTATION GROUP • www.polaristransport.com Polaris Transportation Group is best known for scheduled LTL service between Canada and the United States. Polaris specializes in the shipment of dry goods. But it also has developed complementary transportation services including: specialized movement of trade show displays and exhibits, third-party cross-border and domestic freight management, cross-border and domestic intermodal service, expedited ground and air service, and global air and ocean freight forwarding.
102 Inbound Logistics • April 2023
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