Tucson, Arizona’s Important Role in International Trade Detailed in New ITRA Global / Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson Report

White Paper Declares the Southwest City’s Logistics & Transportation Industry as One That Serves Businesses with Interests in Mexico

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Michael Coretz

As a major city near a busy port of entry with Mexico and with easy access to West Coast ports via interstates and railroad, Tucson is a cost-effective gateway to International trade.

Tucson, Arizona (PRWEB) June 19, 2014

A new report by ITRA Global / Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson LLC states that Tucson is physically and logistically well-positioned to serve as a Southwest U.S. hub for moving goods to destinations throughout the world, especially the ever-growing Mexico market.

The report also states that Tucson’s proximity to Phoenix, Arizona; Los Angeles, California; Texas, and Mexico places it in a unique, favorable position to serve not only local markets, but regional and global markets. “Tucson, Arizona, a Growing Southwest Logistics & Transportation Hub? Yes. Actually…a Global Hub,” reads the report.

“As a major city near a busy port of entry with Mexico and with easy access to West Coast ports via interstates and railroad, Tucson is a cost-effective gateway to International trade,” says Michael Coretz, principal of ITRA Global / Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson. Coretz also notes that Tucson has a sophisticated rail port that is registered as a foreign trade zone.

The report details how trade on both the U.S. and Mexico sides of the international border take advantage of Tucson’s location to move materials for assembly and then on to distribution.

The Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson report, which is available at the firm’s website, emphasizes the fact that Target, as well as Arizona Canning Company are two firms that already take advantage of the city’s logistics and transportation infrastructure to distribute their merchandise and products.

“State, city and county officials and the business community are all dedicated to making the Tucson area a place where international trade can easily thrive,” affirms Coretz.

About Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson and ITRA Global

Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson specializes in representing tenants and corporate users of office, retail and industrial real estate across the United States, Latin America, Europe and Asia as a member of ITRA Global. ITRA Global is an organization of commercial real estate professionals specializing in the representation of tenants and buyers of office, industrial and retail facilities. It is one of the largest commercial real estate organizations devoted to representing corporate tenants and buyers. With coverage in major markets around the world, ITRA Global consists of seasoned professionals with an average of 20 years of experience and is differentiated by its focus on advocacy for the corporate tenant and buyer. Clients benefit by having an experienced professional as their trusted advisor – conflict-free representation with total objectivity. Other ITRA Global locations that have ports within their market reach include Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Ft. Lauderdale, Houston, Long Island, Los Angeles, London, Nashville, New York City, Norfolk, Northern New Jersey, Orange County, Paris, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Portland, San Francisco, and Toronto. To learn more about this report and ITRA Global, please contact the office of Michael Coretz at 1.520.299.3400 or by email at mcoretz(at)itraglobal.com.


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