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The following are just a few of the employers/businesses/organizations within the Austin-San Antonio corridor and beyond who focus on international business:

MANAGEMENT/MARKETING/SUPPLY CHAIN:

UPS
DHL Worldwide Express
HEB Distribution Center
WalMart Distribution Center
Port San Antonio
US Export Assistance Center
Free Trade Alliance San Antonio
Greater Austin San Antonio Corridor Council
FedEx Ground


FINANCE/ECONOMICS/ACCOUNTING:

US Department of Commerce
International Trade Administration
IBC
Frost Bank
The NAFTA Group
IDL Services
DB Hastings, Inc.
The World Bank
International Monetary Fund

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Austin, TX Freight Forwarders:
1. Burlington Air Express (512-478-0595)
2. Central Freight Lines, Inc. (512-929-7335) (512-926-1629)
3. Craico & Associates Inc. (512-454-4825)
4. Eagle USA Airfreight (512-926-1629)
5. Kintetsu World Express (210-418-8651)
6. Kuehne & Nagel Inc. (512-719-4024)
7. LEP Profit International (512-339-3088)
8. Seko Air Freight Inc. (512-389-0818)
9. US American Parcel Express (512-835-1610)

San Marcos, TX Freight Forwarders:
1. Cargo Logistics International Inc. (512-353-1378)
2. Central Freight Lines Inc. (512-392-3041) (210-625-5219- New Braunfels)

San Antonio, TX Freight Forwarders:
1. CH Robinson Worldwide, Inc Partner 1
2. Aero International (210-359-1838)
3. Burlington Air Express (210-661-5006)
4. Central Freight Lines Inc. (210-661-4531)
5. Colt Transportation (210-344-2668)
6. Concord Freightways Express (210-647-8557)
7. Container Trade International Corp. (210-590-3933)
8. Ctrl Freight Line Pickup & Delivery (210-662-7632)
9. Freight Services of San Antonio (210-662-7100)
10. HUB City Rio Grande Terminal Inc. (210-656-5520)
11. T P S Freight Distributors Inc. (210-657-6330)
12. Texas Freight Forwarding Co Inc. (210-340-4468)
13. USA Mexport (210-377-0639)
14. Schneider National (800-447-7433)
15. YRC (800-468-5739)

 

Did you know?

Bilateral trade between the U.S. & Mexico has grown more than 200% in 12 yrs.

Since 2002, TX is ranked #1 in the country in total value of merchandise exports- more than $186 billion in 2007.

Texas’ largest export market is Mexico- more than $56 billion in 2007.

In 2001, more than 31,000 TX firms exported- over 90% of which were small-medium sized businesses.

Texas’ largest import market is also Mexico- more than $123 billion in 2006.

Austin to San Antonio is a central distribution corridor- approximately 75% of Mexico’s exports are transported via Interstate-35.

Mexico’s industrial GDP has grown 36% in the past 6 years.

State of Texas is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing employment markets in the country.