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Port of Tuxpan

Managed by: Terminal Maritima de Tuxpan, S.A. de C.V.

The Port of Tuxpan is located along the banks of Tuxpan River, and is approximately 11 kilometers away from the Gulf of Mexico. The port is connected to the capital via a newly built 36,646 kilometer highway. Its proximity from Mexico City makes it an important entry point for Mexico’s trade. The port’s strategic location on the Gulf of Mexico allows for faster trade movement from the Gulf to the Atlantic side of North and South America, and Europe. transfered TMT’s concession to build and operate a maritime container terminal at the Port of Tuxpan to ICTSI. This will complement ICTSI’s operation in Manzanillo. ICTSI plans to consolidate operations for both terminals and expand its services for imports and exports through the Pacific and the Gulf of Mexico.ternational Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI), through its Honduran subsidiary, Operadora Portuaria Centroamericana S.A. de C.V. (OPC) purchased 100 percent of the capital stock of Terminal Maritima de Tuxpan, S.A. de C.V. (TMT) from Grupo TMM, S.A.B. (TMM) and Inmobiliaria TMM, S.A. de C.V. (ITMM).

The purchase effectively transfered TMT’s concession to build and operate a maritime container terminal at the Port of Tuxpan to ICTSI. This will complement ICTSI’s operation in Manzanillo. ICTSI plans to consolidate operations for both terminals and expand its services for imports and exports through the Pacific and the Gulf of Mexico.

The Port of Tuxpan is located along the banks of Tuxpan River, and is approximately 11 kilometers away from the Gulf of Mexico. The port is connected to the capital via a newly built 36,646 kilometer highway. Its proximity from Mexico City makes it an important entry point for Mexico’s trade. The port’s strategic location on the Gulf of Mexico allows for faster trade movement from the Gulf to the Atlantic side of North and South America, and Europe.

The Port of Tuxpan, together with the Port of Manzanillo on the western side of the country, primes Mexico for transshipment for Asia, Europe and The Americas.