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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
Greater Austin San Antonio Corridor Council
FedEx Ground


FINANCE/ECONOMICS/ACCOUNTING:

US Department of Commerce
International Trade Administration
IBC
Frost Bank
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.