Yes. Ground freight moves through highways as modern as one would see in the U.S. and Europe. The country also has an adequate infrastructure in place to move goods into and out of the country by air, waterways and rail car.
Several major U.S. carriers provide service across the U.S.-Mexico border and move goods through the country as a result of partnerships with Mexican carriers.
Companies seeking space for warehousing or distribution will not have a problem finding options in the major and second-tier cities in Mexico. Although class A space may be limited, class B and C space is readily available for use.