First Mexico-Based Trucks Reach US

October 21, 2011: Guillermo Pérez knows all eyes will be on his trucks, but he says he’s up to the challenge. He’s a manager at Transportes Olympic, the first Mexican trucking company to receive U.S. approval for direct, long-haul trips north of the border.

The first truck is expected to arrive in the U.S. sometime this week.

Click here to read more at Fronteras.


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