Three Mexican Carriers Pre-Authorized to Operate in the U.S

Three Mexican carriers have cleared a pre-authorization safety audit for long-distance service across the border.
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Three Mexican carriers have cleared a pre-authorization safety audit for long-distance service across the border. The carriers are Higienicos y Desechables del Bajio SA, Servicios Refrigerados Internacionales SA de CV, and Transportes Del Valle De Guadlupe SA de CV. Under Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration procedures, applicants must clear a pre-authorization audit and submit to a public comment process before obtaining provisional operating authority. Provisional authority will last for 18 months, at which time they become eligible for permanent authority in the cross-border pilot program.

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