Delays have eased at US-Mexico border crossings, but logistics providers warn that it is still slow–going on northbound routes, and that it will take weeks before border dwell times are back to where they were pre-April.
“Timelines are better than three or four weeks ago. We were experiencing seven to eight-hour delays, now it’s roughly three to four hours,” reported Tom Kaden, chief operating officer of Mallory Alexander International Logistics.
Initially the US government had threatened to close the border …
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