P.A.M. gets OK for Mexico office network

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Updated Nov 15, 2010

P.A.M. Transportation Services Inc. announced that the company’s primary operating subsidiary, P.A.M. Transport Inc., has received authorization from the Mexico Department of Economy to establish a network of offices in Mexico in the key markets in which the company plans to expand. The company is currently in the process of registering with the relevant tax and business authorities in Mexico and expects to open its first representative office in Mexico by Dec. 1.

“We are extremely pleased to announce that we have received approval from the Mexican government for the expansion of our international presence in Mexico,” says Daniel Cushman, president of the Tontitown, Ark.-based company. “We believe that this represents an important step toward realizing our goal of continued growth in the Mexico market and demonstrates our commitment to customers operating in the region. Having the ability to expand our presence by opening additional offices, when needed, will allow us to quickly respond to the needs of customers throughout Mexico, as well as capitalize on new business opportunities.”

Cushman says P.A.M. Transportation expects to begin the staffing of its first office in Monterrey later this month with personnel to promote and market the company’s Mexico service offerings.