Celadon’s Mexican carrier Jaguar Transportation ‘still pulling strong’
Story by: Noi Mahoney @ FreightWaves.com
Jaguar Transportation, the Celadon-owned carrier based in Mexico, says it will remain operational and continue its cross-border shipping.
“Jaguar will operate in the same way it has been working. The situation that Celadon is going through does not compromise this company at all,” Jaguar company officials said in an email to FreightWaves.
However, Jaguar Transportation’s webpage was removed on Dec. 9. It is not clear if the company’s web address was changed or shut down. The company’s Facebook page was still up.
Jaguar Transportation is listed as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Celadon Group Inc. in a 2016 filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Jaguar Transportation was founded in 1975 near Monterrey, Mexico, and acquired by Celadon in 1992. The company said it had 450 trucks and 600 employees, according to a 2018 marketing brochure.
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