Without queues and with swift inspection, Starr-Camargo Bridge stands out on the Mexico-USA border

By Viviana Cervantes


March 12, 2024

Efficiency and agility in crossing goods from Mexico to the United States are among the main competitive advantages offered by the Starr-Camargo International Bridge, attracting the attention of members of the Reynosa Transporters Association.

During the monthly meeting in March, Robert Vale, Vice President of Commercial Development at Starr-Camargo Bridge Company, the company managing the bridge, engaged in dialogue with the transporters alongside Uriel Ordoñez, President of the association.

The Starr-Camargo International Bridge stands out as unique on the southern Texas border, allowing the transit of units with double trailers and overweight loads. This is made possible by the joint inspection customs facility, where both Mexican National Customs Agency (ANAM) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents inspect goods in the same location.

Beatriz Castro, International Legal Officer at Starr-Camargo Bridge Company, explained that this setup results in time and cost savings for companies transporting food, manufactured products, supplies, or materials.

Being a private bridge, it also offers personalized services with monitoring to ensure the crossing of the unit. Due to its strategic location between Tamaulipas and Nuevo León on the border with Texas, emphasis was placed on the connectivity it provides to industrial cities in Mexico and the United States.

In response to the transporters' interest, Derly Rivas, in charge of commercial development and promotion at Starr-Camargo Bridge Company, also participated in the event, highlighting operations for 100% of import loads to the United States seven days a week.

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