Earthquake triggers MIQ contingency plan

Tuesday’s earthquake in Mexico, which resulted in numerous fatalities and heavy structural damage has led MIQ Logistics to close our office in Mexico City.

The Mexico City International Airport was shut down temporarily on Tuesday, but reopened after several hours. MIQ is being informed of freight delays and would like to communicate the expectation of delays to our customers now.

At this time MIQ Global Mexico City may have some potential structural damage, additionally our team’s telecommunications are currently down.

While MIQ Global Mexico awaits a physical inspection of the office, and restoration of our telecommunications, we would like to keep you informed of our business continuity plan.

Status of MIQ Mexico and Business Continuity Plan:

Our physical office in Mexico City is temporarily closed and our team is working remotely.
Operational questions – Please feel free to direct any Mexico City inquiries to our email or ph# below.

MIQ will continue to monitor the situation and provide additional updates as they are available. This supply chain alert was originally published on 20.9.17