At the border crossing in Santa Teresa, New Mexico, nearly 200 trucks a day move thousands of Dell computers assembled at a factory in Mexico into the United States. The company also moves materials south needed to assemble its computers.
"For some time Dell has been anxious… to increase the volume going south bound to its manufacturing facility in Mexico," said Karl Laskas, who heads up global trade for Dell.
The one thing holding the company back? Limited hours at the port of entry.