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STTAS Growing to Meet High Demand for Global Trade Management Services in Mexico

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Detroit, MI — May 22, 2013 The Mexico division of Sandler and Travis Trade Advisory Services announced today that it is nearly doubling the size of its Mexico City headquarters to make room for new STTAS professionals. The expansion should be completed by the end of May.

"We’ve seen steady growth since opening this office in 2007," said STTAS-Mexico Managing Director Jorge Morales. "Now, with a growing clientele and the prospect of some significant new projects in the future, we have outgrown the space we have. The bigger office will allow us to continue to provide the high-quality service our clients have come to expect."

STTAS offers a wide range of managed trade and customs services, allowing the firm to provide clients tools and advice to fulfill their needs in all areas of customs operation. STTAS-Mexico works with foreign and local companies in industries such as automotive, transportation, textiles and apparel, appliances, electronics and retail, among others.

For more information on STTAS-Mexico or STTAS’ other global locations and the services they provide, please visit

About STTAS & ST&R

STTAS is recognized as the leading provider of customs and international trade advisory services to the public and private sectors. STTAS offers hands-on global import/export solutions for multinational companies eager to increase their ability to move merchandise across international borders in an efficient, seamless and compliant manner. STTAS also assists governments throughout the world in building customs agencies and procedures that expand import and export capabilities, reduce risk factors, and comply with international standards.

STTAS is affiliated with the customs and international trade law firm of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. (ST&R). ST&R concentrates its practice in assisting clients with the movement of goods, personnel and ideas across international borders. ST&R provides governments, manufacturers, importers, exporters and retailers the advice and counsel theyrequire to succeed amid the constantly changing demands of global trade.

Combined, we are currently the largest provider of customs and international trade services worldwide with over 600 global trade professionals located in 12 offices in six countries. Our success is based on a combination of unsurpassed domain expertise, proprietary technology and business process best practices.

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