A seemingly unceasing series of glitches in the computer system of Mexico’s National Customs Agency (ANAM) disrupted freight movements in and out of the country for up to three days last week.
Worst affected were truck moves across the US border, but ports and airports also experienced problems.
According to ANAM, the glitches in the system occurred between last Tuesday and Thursday, but according to one source, they had begun on Monday. …
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