FMCSA Approves Another Mexican Carrier for U.S. Operation


4/6/2012 11:00:00 AM
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Baja Express Transportes, Tijuana, Mexico, has been granted authority to operate throughout the United States, the third carrier to get authority under the cross-border trucking pilot program with Mexico.

The company has had one driver and one truck — a 2004 Freightliner — approved for driving in the interior of the United States, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration records show.

Transportes Olympic and Moises Alvarez Perez, an owner-operator, are the other two carriers approved for the Mexican truck cross-border program, but as of this week, Alvarez and Baja Express had not yet used their U.S. operating authority.

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