Mexican carrier Jaguar Transportation stopped its trucking services this morning (Dec. 10) and could be shutting down as part of Celadon's U.S. chapter 11 filing on Dec. 9, FreightWaves reported. Several freight and logistics professionals confirmed to FreightWaves that cross-border account representatives for Jaguar Transportation said that they had ceased services. At one of the company's locations, the news prompted drivers who feared they would not be paid to block access to scores of trucks and trailers. Jesus Alvarez, head of carrier sales for digital freight marketplace Fr8Hub, has been in contact with Jaguar Transportation officials the past few days. At first, Jaguar officials indicated to him that the Mexican carrier would keep operating. But Alvarez said that Jaguar employees are now learning the company is closing. Read more.