Southeastern Freight Lines Expands to Mexico

Southeastern Freight Lines, a regional less-than-truckload transportation service company with an office on 41st Street near Memorial Drive in Tulsa, expands its international operations to Mexico.
Southeastern serves 12 states in the Southeast and Puerto Rico and has a network of service providers to ensure transportation services in the remaining 38 states, Canada and the Virgin Islands – now Mexico.
The four shipping options for Mexican freight offered by Southeastern include a border-only service, door-to-door service, one-stop shop service or the option of clearing customs at the destination.
“More companies doing business in Asia are again considering manufacturing in Mexico, due to longer transit times, high fuel costs, labor challenges and its proximity to the U.S. market,” said Bob Bullock, vice president of Southeastern Freight Lines international operations. “Southeastern has been very successful in its partnerships with best-in-class service providers that align with our commitment to quality service and company culture. We’re using the same approach with regional partners in Mexico to provide shipping solutions to and from Mexico for our customers.”



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