Update: Laredo Field Office Message – Hidalgo/Pharr, Laredo Colombia, & Eagle Pass
Port of Hidalgo/Pharr (2305) – Protest continues by Mexico and U.S. carriers and No truck shipments are being crossed north or south bound.
Port of Laredo Colombia (2304) – Texas Department of Public Safety continues with increased safety inspections and affecting overall crossing times. Commercial truck traffic is moving very slowly.
Port of Eagle Pass (2303) – Texas Department of Public Safety increased safety inspections and affecting overall crossing times. Commercial truck traffic is moving very slowly.
As a result, CBP’s Business Resumption Contingency Plan is in place and the surrounding ports are processing diverted truck shipments.
Port of Brownsville 2301 – Los Indios – Experiencing increase in commercial traffic.
Port of Progreso 2309 – Experiencing increased diverted traffic.
Port of Rio Grande 2307 – Experiencing increased traffic.
Port of Roma 2310 – Experiencing increased traffic.
Port of Laredo 2304 – World Trade Bridge – Experiencing increased diverted traffic.
Port of Del Rio 2302 – Normal traffic and can assist with diverted shipments.
Contact the APD Trade if you need additional information.
Truck Number comparisons:
Below are the numbers for this past week (April 3 – April 9).
Texas DPS Inspections began on Wednesday April 6 in the morning in Hidalgo/Pharr and at 3:00 p.m. in Colombia.
Weekly comparison negative impact on truck crossings.
Laredo Colombia is down 2,745 Trucks (Loaded and Empty)
Hidalgo Pharr is down 2,915 Trucks (Loaded and Empty)
Source: Laredo Field Office
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