In North America, shipping logistics are typically a relatively low-cost operation.

The U.S. is a destination for a vast majority of global container shipments, accounting for nearly half of all shipments of goods to the U.K., France, Germany, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.

The largest international shipping companies, like United Parcel Service (UPS), are headquartered in the U, and their services are widely used in the shipping industry.

In the U., UPS employs about 9,500 people and provides nearly 40 percent of the U;s overall global workforce.

While UPS operates the majority of its operations in the United States, it has also recently expanded its operations into Mexico.

In December, UPS announced that it was building an 18,000-square-foot facility in the state of Guanajuato, which would be the largest such facility in Mexico.

“Our goal is to provide more jobs and greater economic opportunity to the people of Mexico,” said UPS CEO, Fred Smith, in a statement.

“We’re bringing the jobs here to the state, and we’ll do it in a way that benefits everyone, not just those at the top.”

The Guanajuuato facility will be the third in Mexico and the fourth in the country’s largest state.

It is expected to begin operations in 2018, and will employ about 40,000 people.

In addition to providing jobs, the facility is expected provide the company with a competitive edge.

“It will create a huge amount of jobs in the region, and it’s a great example of how we can compete with the other companies in the area,” said Miguel López-Sánchez, a partner at the Mexico City-based firm, La Boca Partners.

Lózonas-Sanchez, who worked in the manufacturing sector before he became a UPS worker, says the company will also be able to leverage its expertise in logistics.

“The U. S. has a large and growing number of companies, and if they want to work in Mexico, they have to be able do the logistics work,” he said.

LÁZONAS-SÁVILA, a Mexican, has been working for UPS for almost 10 years, but his job is different from most.

The company does not have a warehouse or a distribution center in the city of Guanay.

He has been in the logistics field for about two years, and has been on the road for about 20, and his wife and two young children are currently traveling around the world to do business.

“They are doing their business with UPS, and then the next day they come back and they’re going to the office and they’ve got their new orders,” he told CNNMoney.

UPS says its operations are focused on logistics, which include moving packages and supplies to and from the U.;s warehouses in the states of California, Arizona, Texas, Florida, New Mexico, North Carolina and Virginia.

László Szilagyi, a UPS employee, says it’s easy to imagine why the company is so bullish about the new facility in Guanajuanas-Santa Marta.

“This is a fantastic location because it’s not an airport,” he added.

“If you think about the distances that we are going to take to get the product to the customer in the end, you need to move to the middle of the country.”

In Mexico, logistics are a major part of the economy, accounting the countrys largest industry.

According to the National Economy Ministry, the logistics sector contributes more than $1.3 trillion to the economy every year.

In 2013, it produced $7.6 billion in exports, and about $1 billion in imports.

The country is also the top producer of seafood, and as of 2020, it had more than 4.5 million workers.

The job market in Mexico has been very hard to find for a long time, and with a number of large international companies like UPS moving their operations to the country, it’s likely that the country will soon be looking for a new job.