The fascinating story of Mexicom Logistics captured in CARI St-Laurent’s book: “T comme Trentenaire”

 In Business & Data, Supply chain & Logistics

We share with great pride the title of the book “T comme Trentenaire” (T for Thirtyish), in which a fragment of the history and work of the founder of Mexicom Logistics, Leon Jorge Medina Ceja, is captured.  The book shows a fascinating interview that CARI St-Laurent performed to our founder for being one of the inspiring entrepreneurs of foreign origin who has managed to build a successful company in Montreal, Canada.

The book “T comme Trentenaire” is the product of two years of work by CARI St -Laurent and is published within the framework of the organization’s 30th anniversary. It gives voice to 30 entrepreneurs representing the cultural diversity of Montreal, through the narration of a captivating mosaic of stories and adventures that add up to culminate in the successful creation of their businesses.

In his interview, Leon Jorge Medina Ceja shares the personal and professional experiences that were connecting the dots of the road that led him to found Mexicom Logistics in a vibrant and dynamic city like Montreal. The tenacity and vision of our founder, as well as the dedication and talent of the great team that accompanies him, have led Mexicom Logistics to be an example of business success in the logistics and land transport sector in North America. Currently, Mexicom has more than 14 years of existence and presence in Canada and Mexico. In addition, Mexicom celebrated the recent the creation of its sister company TransMexicom, focused on land transport within Mexico. Mexicom Logistics has seen sustained growth in recent years, which promises to multiply exponentially in the short term and prospects its firm consolidation.

Image: cover and back cover design of the book T comme Trentenaire

Mexicom Logistics thanks CARI St-Laurent for the opportunity to participate in the book “T comme Trentenaire” and recognizes the importance of its work for the integration of immigrants. CARI St-Laurent is the Social and Economic Reception and Reference Center for Immigrants, a non-profit organization whose mission is to welcome, assist and accompany immigrants, at all stages of their integration in Quebec, from their arrival until its social, linguistic and professional integration.


Marben Acosta Teran oversees the overall international B2B marketing strategy for Mexicom Logistics. She is passionate about building a solid brand while creating useful content for its audience. Marben loves learning more about the industry and being part of the Mexicom family.
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