Mexico Transportation and Warehousing Business Database.

The Transportation and Warehousing sector includes industries providing transportation of passengers and cargo, warehousing and storage for goods, scenic and sightseeing transportation, and support activities related to modes of transportation. Establishments in these industries use transportation equipment or transportation related facilities as a productive asset. The type of equipment depends on the mode of transportation. The modes of transportation are air, rail, water, road, and pipeline.The Transportation and Warehousing sector distinguishes three basic types of activities: subsectors for each mode of transportation, a subsector for warehousing and storage, and a subsector for establishments providing support activities for transportation.

In addition, there are subsectors for establishments that provide passenger transportation for scenic and sightseeing purposes, postal services, and courier services. A separate subsector for support activities is established in the sector because, first, support activities for transportation are inherently multimodal, such as freight transportation arrangement, or have multimodal aspects. Secondly, there are production process similarities among the support activity industries. One of the support activities identified in the Support Activities for Transportation subsector is the routine repair and maintenance of transportation equipment (e.g., aircraft at an airport, railroad rolling stock at a railroad terminal, or ships at a harbor or port facility). Such establishments do not perform complete overhauling or rebuilding of transportation equipment (i.e., periodic restoration of transportation equipment to original design specifications) or transportation equipment conversion (i.e., major modification to systems).

An establishment that primarily performs factory (or shipyard) overhauls, rebuilding, or conversions of aircraft, railroad rolling stock, or ships is classified in Transportation Equipment Manufacturing Subsector, according to the type of equipment. Many of the establishments in this sector often operate on networks, with physical facilities, labor forces, and equipment spread over an extensive geographic area. Warehousing establishments in this sector are distinguished from merchant wholesaling in that the warehouse establishments do not sell the goods. Excluded from this sector are establishments primarily engaged in providing travel agent services that support transportation and other establishments, such as hotels, businesses, and government agencies. These establishments are classified in Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services Sector. Also, establishments primarily engaged in providing rental and leasing of transportation equipment without operator are classified in Rental and Leasing Services Subsector.

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Sub-Sectors:

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing air transportation of passengers or passengers and freight over regular routes and on regular schedules. Establishments in this industry operate flights even if partially loaded. Scheduled air passenger carriers including commuter and helicopter carriers (except scenic and sightseeing) are included in this industry.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing air transportation of cargo without transporting passengers over regular routes and on regular schedules. Establishments in this industry operate flights even if partially loaded. Establishments primarily engaged in providing scheduled air transportation of mail on a contract basis are included in this industry.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the transport of passengers and cargo by air, without fixed routes or schedules.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the transport of passengers and cargo by rail.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing deep sea transportation of cargo to or from foreign ports.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing water transportation of cargo in coastal waters. Establishments primarily engaged in providing coastal and/or Great Lakes barge transportation services are included in this industry.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the transport of crude oil and natural gas by sea, whether it is high sea or cabotage.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing inland water transportation of cargo on lakes, rivers, or intracoastal waterways.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the self-transport of packaged or loose agricultural products, which do not require specialized equipment, are transported in redila trucks, closed dry boxes, trailers, semi-trailers, containers and other vehicles for general cargo, and whose radius of action is limited to the metropolitan area, municipality or locality in which they reside.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing local general freight trucking. General freight trucking establishments handle a wide variety of commodities, generally palletized and transported in a container or van trailer. Local general freight trucking establishments usually provide trucking within a metropolitan area which may cross state lines. Generally the trips are same-day return.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the self-transport of packaged or loose agricultural products, which do not require specialized equipment, are transported in redila trucks, closed dry boxes, trailers, semi-trailers, containers and other vehicles for general cargo, between cities and National metropolitan areas, or abroad.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing long-distance, general freight, less than truckload (LTL) trucking. LTL carriage is characterized as multiple shipments combined onto a single truck for multiple deliveries within a network. These establishments are generally characterized by the following network activities: local pick-up, local sorting and terminal operations, line-haul, destination sorting and terminal operations, and local delivery.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing local or long-distance trucking of used household, used institutional, or used commercial furniture and equipment. Incidental packing and storage activities are often provided by these establishments.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the transport of construction materials, such as sand, gravel, ready-mixed concrete in bulk, partitions, pre-built parts, cement and plaster bags, metal materials and wood for construction, in vehicles designed and equipped for that purpose, and whose scope of action is limited to the metropolitan area, municipality or locality in which they reside.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the transport of hazardous materials and wastes, such as refined petroleum products, corrosive, toxic, poisonous or reactive substances, explosive, flammable, biological-infectious, irritant or any other type of materials that due to their characteristics could represent a danger to the health, the environment, the safety of the population or the property of third parties, in vehicles designed and equipped for that purpose, and whose scope of action is limited to the metropolitan area, municipality or locality in which they reside.
This industry includes businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the transport of products that require refrigeration or freezing, such as milk, fruits, vegetables and meats, in vehicles designed and equipped for that purpose, and whose scope of action is limited to the metropolitan area, municipality or locality where they reside
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the transport of wood and its derivatives, such as logs, sawn wood and rolled paper rolls, in vehicles designed and equipped for that purpose, and whose range of action is limited to the metropolitan area, municipality or locality where they reside
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the transport of other products that, due to characteristics such as size, weight or danger, require specialized transport equipment for transportation, such as platforms and other equipment to transport heavy or oversized machinery, standing animals, cars without rolling and non-hazardous waste, and whose range of action is limited to the metropolitan area, municipality or locality in which they reside.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the self-transport of construction materials, such as sand, gravel, bulk ready-mix concrete, partitions, pre-built parts, cement and plaster bags, metal materials and construction wood, in vehicles designed and equipped for that purpose, between cities or national metropolitan areas, or abroad.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the transport of hazardous materials and wastes, such as refined petroleum products, corrosive, toxic, poisonous or reactive substances, explosive, flammable, biological-infectious, irritant or any other type of materials that due to their characteristics could represent a danger to the health, the environment, the safety of the population or the property of third parties, in vehicles designed and equipped for that purpose, between cities or national metropolitan areas, or abroad.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the transport of products that require refrigeration or freezing, such as milk, fruits, vegetables and meats, in vehicles designed and equipped for that purpose, between cities or national metropolitan areas, or abroad.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the transport of wood and its derivatives, such as logs, sawn wood and rolled paper rolls, in vehicles designed and equipped for that purpose, between cities or national metropolitan areas, or abroad.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing long-distance specialized trucking. These establishments provide trucking between metropolitan areas that may cross North American country borders.

Illustrative Examples:

Long-distance automobile carrier trucking
Long-distance refrigerated product trucking
Long-distance bulk liquid trucking
Long-distance trucking of waste
Long-distance hazardous material trucking
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating local and suburban ground passenger transit systems using more than one mode of transport over regular routes and on regular schedules within a metropolitan area and its adjacent nonurban areas.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating local and suburban commuter rail systems over regular routes and on a regular schedule within a metropolitan area and its adjacent nonurban areas. Commuter rail is usually characterized by reduced fares, multiple ride and commutation tickets, and mostly used by passengers during the morning and evening peak periods.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating local and suburban passenger transportation systems using buses or other motor vehicles over regular routes and on regular schedules within a metropolitan area and its adjacent nonurban areas.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the urban and suburban collective transport of passengers by subway with regular schedules and fixed routes, which circulates in the urban area or metropolitan area of a population.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the collective transport of passengers between cities, metropolitan areas or rural areas, in buses, combis and vans, among other vehicles, with regular schedules and fixed routes.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing passenger transportation by automobile or van, not operated over regular routes and on regular schedules. Establishments of taxicab owner/operators, taxicab fleet operators, or taxicab organizations are included in this industry.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the transport of passengers in cars rented with chauffeur, such as limousines of all kinds, vans and luxury cars, with route and schedule defined by the client, and fare based on the distance traveled, the time spent or the specific destination.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing buses and other motor vehicles to transport pupils to and from school or employees to and from work.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing buses for charter. These establishments provide bus services to meet customers' road transportation needs and generally do not operate over fixed routes and on regular schedules.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing ground passenger transportation (except urban transit systems; interurban and rural bus transportation, taxi and/or limousine services (except shuttle services), school and employee bus transportation, charter bus services, and special needs transportation). Establishments primarily engaged in operating shuttle services and vanpools are included in this industry. Shuttle services establishments generally provide travel on regular routes and on regular schedules between hotels, airports, or other destination points.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the pipeline transportation of crude oil.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the pipeline transportation of natural gas from processing plants to local distribution systems. This industry includes the storage of natural gas because the storage is usually done by the pipeline establishment and because a pipeline is inherently a network in which all the nodes are interdependent.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the pipeline transportation of refined petroleum products.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the pipeline transportation of products (except crude oil, natural gas, and refined petroleum products).
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing scenic and sightseeing transportation on land, such as sightseeing buses and trolleys, steam train excursions, and horse-drawn sightseeing rides. The services provided are usually local and involve same-day return to place of origin.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing scenic and sightseeing transportation on water. The services provided are usually local and involve same-day return to place of origin.

Illustrative Examples:

Airboat (i.e., swamp buggy) operation
Excursion boat operation
Charter fishing boat services
Harbor sightseeing tours
Dinner cruises
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing scenic and sightseeing transportation (except on land and water). The services provided are usually local and involve same-day return to place of departure.

Illustrative Examples:

Aerial cable cars, scenic and sightseeing operation
Helicopter rides, scenic and sightseeing operation
Aerial tramways, scenic and sightseeing operation
Hot air balloon rides, scenic and sightseeing operation
Glider excursions
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing air traffic control services to regulate the flow of air traffic.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the administration, operation and conservation of airports and heliports, runways, platforms and buildings. These Companies provide services of rights of tracks and platforms, rental of hangars, security services in and around the boarding rooms, and air terminal services for passengers.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing specialized services for air transportation (except air traffic control and other airport operations).

Illustrative Examples:

Aircraft maintenance and repair services (except factory conversions, overhauls, rebuilding)
Aircraft passenger screening security services
Aircraft testing services
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing specialized services for railroad transportation including servicing, routine repairing (except factory conversion, overhaul, or rebuilding of rolling stock), and maintaining rail cars; loading and unloading rail cars; and operating independent terminals.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating ports, harbors (including docking and pier facilities), or canals.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing stevedoring and other marine cargo handling services (except warehousing).
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing navigational services to shipping. Marine salvage establishments are included in this industry.

Illustrative Examples:

Docking and undocking marine vessel services
Piloting services, water transportation
Marine vessel traffic reporting services
Tugboat services, harbor operation
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing services to water transportation (except port and harbor operations; marine cargo handling services; and navigational services to shipping).

Illustrative Examples:

Floating drydocks (i.e., routine repair and maintenance of ships)
Ship scaling services
Marine cargo checkers and surveyors
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in towing light or heavy motor vehicles, both local and long-distance. These establishments may provide incidental services, such as storage and emergency road repair services.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the management of truck power plants, which consists in providing the transportation lines, mainly foreign, with the set of facilities and services necessary to concentrate and facilitate the departures and arrivals of passengers, such as platforms, offices for transport companies, waiting rooms, luggage storage, restrooms and fuel supply.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the administration of roads and bridges, and to provide auxiliary services for road users, such as roadside assistance, road maintenance and collection of the fee for use of roads and bridges.
This industry includes Businesses or companies mainly dedicated to providing weighing services for freight transport vehicles, and to provide other services related to road transport, such as container dragging services and roadside assistance for motor vehicles.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to provide processing services for the import and export of goods.
This industry includes Businesses or companies mainly dedicated to providing intermediation services for the transport of air, land or sea cargo. Companies that provide these services are known as freight forwarders, freight forwarders, cargo consolidators, shipping agencies or consignee agencies.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing support activities to transportation (except for air transportation; rail transportation; water transportation; road transportation; freight transportation arrangement; and packing and crating).

Illustrative Examples:

Arrangement of vanpools or carpools
Stockyards (i.e., not for fattening or selling livestock)
Independent pipeline terminal facilities
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing mail services under a universal service obligation. Mail services include the carriage of letters, printed matter, or mailable packages, including acceptance, collection, processing, and delivery. Due to the infrastructure requirements of providing mail service under a universal service obligation, postal service establishments often provide parcel and express delivery services in addition to the mail service. Establishments primarily engaged in performing one or more parts of the basic mail service, such as sorting, routing and/or delivery (except bulk transportation of mail) are included in this industry.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing air, surface, or combined mode courier and express delivery services of parcels, but not operating under a universal service obligation. These parcels can include goods and documents, but the express delivery services are not part of the normal mail service. These services are generally between metropolitan areas, urban centers, or international, but the establishments of this industry form a network that includes local pick-up and delivery to serve their customers' needs.

Illustrative Examples:

Air courier services, except establishments operating under a universal service obligation
Express delivery services, except establishments operating under a universal service obligation
Courier services (i.e., intercity network), except establishments operating under a universal service obligation
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing local messenger and delivery services of small items within a single metropolitan area or within an urban center. These establishments generally provide point-to-point pick-up and delivery and do not operate as part of an intercity courier network.

Illustrative Examples:

Alcoholic beverages delivery services
Letters, documents, or small parcels local delivery services
Grocery delivery services (i.e., independent service from grocery store)
Restaurant meals delivery services (i.e., independent service from restaurant)
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating merchandise warehousing and storage facilities. These establishments generally handle goods in containers, such as boxes, barrels, and/or drums, using equipment, such as forklifts, pallets, and racks. They are not specialized in handling bulk products of any particular type, size, or quantity of goods or products.
This industry includes Businesses or companies dedicated mainly to the general storage of products that do not require special facilities for their conservation, such as loose products (steel tubes and rolls) and packaged products (soda pallets, paper products). These Companies can carry out inventory control and management activities, assembly, packaging, price marking, merchandise labeling and arrangements for distribution or collection of merchandise.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating refrigerated warehousing and storage facilities. Establishments primarily engaged in the storage of furs for the trade are included in this industry. The services provided by these establishments include blast freezing, tempering, and modified atmosphere storage services.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating bulk farm product warehousing and storage facilities (except refrigerated). Grain elevators primarily engaged in storage are included in this industry.
This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating warehousing and storage facilities (except general merchandise, refrigerated, and farm product warehousing and storage).

Illustrative Examples:

Bulk petroleum storage
Lumber storage terminals
Document storage and warehousing
Whiskey warehousing

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