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THE AMERICAS

Service Information

XB3300 is a truck transport service stretching 3,300km between Canada (Toronto), the US (Midwest and South) and Mexico (Monterrey) that connects automotive industrial clusters as part of the “NEWLINKS” truck transport services launched by Nippon Express U.S.A. in 2010.

The Nippon Express U.S.A. Time Advantage Service takes advantage of the two key gateway airports in Chicago and New York, with daily scheduled deliveries via high-speed shuttle truck service to major cities from our centers across the country. With our IT-intensive transport management system and intermodal services using our own flights, we ensure shipments arrive safely within a given time period to designated areas, boasting shorter lead times and lower costs.

Nippon Express is establishing a transport route from Japan and Asia to locations throughout the U.S., promoting Los Angeles as the gateway. We have also established a route to Mexico, providing stable lead times and transport visibility.

A cross-border truck transport service for delivery to the U.S, Canada and Mexico, boasting easy and convenient transport arrangements for customers throughout North America.

Location Information

Introducing Nippon Express Group locations in The Americas

Regional Information

The Nippon Express Group now has 21 locally incorporated subsidiaries in 5 countries, starting with the establishment of Nippon Express U.S.A. in 1962, and gradually expanding to Canada, Mexico, Brazil and Colombia. We have established an intermodal transport system covering the three signees of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) —the U.S. Canada and Mexico. Nippon Express has also strengthened its logistics system to support the increasing number of business operators appearing on the scene in the rapidly growing Mexican and Brazilian markets In addition, we further expanded our logistics network in Colombia in 2012.

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