To improve the shipping logistics from Puebla to Mexico and the world, the Secretary of the Economy of the State Government signed an agreement with FedEx Express Mexico, for the transportation of products with preferential rates of 40 percent lower, among other advantages.
“Logistics is a fundamental element in the development of trade channels, where monitoring tools such as barcodes, GPS, digital analysis processes to optimize routes, big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence, are relevant. companies reach; for its size”, said Olivia Salomón, head of the Ministry of Economy.
It should be noted that in Mexico, couriers and logistics were the services that generated the most connections before covid-19, being the connection for millions of families closed, thereby giving the continuity of people’s lives.
“And this agreement with FedEx allows, from a small or small company, to a medium or large company, to have access to the most extensive solutions and access to the logistics infrastructure for the local and national market to trade through preferential conditions in transportation that boost trade in the region and globally from Puebla”, commented Olivia Salomón.
MiPyMEs represent 72 percent of employment and 52 percent of the Gross Domestic Product. In fact, they are the engines of the Mexican economy, for which “we are looking for growth and consolidation from the Government of Puebla,” the official said.
Meanwhile, e-commerce grew by 25 percent before the pandemic, but in 2021 e-commerce operations are expected to double and in 2022 the exchange is estimated to have increased by 35 percent.
This is added because thanks to the United States of America-Canada, today MSMEs have access to those countries in better conditions.
“Today, from the government requested by the president Sergio Salomón Céspedes Peregrina, we are consolidating the processes that will accompany the conditions of the people of Puebla with the participation of the public administration and the private sector, with productive schemes and cooperative schemes. Salomón Vivaldo said.
“Today, logistics has challenges to encourage MSMEs to sustain and sustain economic activity, beyond large companies,” he said.