Amy Stillman and Jeffrey Bair

Government, Business, Fuel, Logistics

US Exporters Rely on Trucks to Meet Mexico’s Fuel Demand

Tank truck A tank truck carrying gasoline. (Christina Mendenhall/Bloomberg News)

U.S. exporters are increasingly relying on trucks to get fuel into Mexico as the country’s gasoline production sags and infrastructure constraints limit shipments from one coast to the other.

September 17, 2019