With 35 years of experience, the Lázaro Cárdenas port is a young and dynamic maritime pier located on the Mexican Pacific coast in the state of Michoacán. Originally, the port emerged as an industrial port, but as the container market began to gain importance, it found a new role, the movement of commercial cargo. It is one of the top five ports in the country, handling 18% of the total commercial cargo.
This port has mobile cranes with capacities of up to 40,000 tons per day; handling and storage of products such as:
Bonded warehouse with import, export and transshipment operations and the capacity for reception and delivery of cargo by truck and railroad 24 hours a day. Land connection with the main industrial zones of the country and the south of the US.