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4th Mexico-based carrier granted authority to run in cross-border program

FMCSA records show Transportes del Valle de Guadalupe has already made one northbound crossing into the U.S. beyond the commercial trade zone.

The Trucker News Services

6/26/2012

WASHINGTON — A fourth Mexico domiciled carrier has been granted authority to participate in the cross-border demonstration project.

A spokesman for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration said the agency granted Transportes del Valle de Guadalupe operating authority to participate on June 12.

Three more carriers Higienicos Y Desechables Del Bajio, Servicios Refrigerados Intgernacionales and Tranportes Del Valle De Guadalupe has passed the Pre-Authorization Safety Audit, but have yet to be granted authority.

An FMCSA spokesperson said the agency expects to make an announcement within the next couple of weeks about granting authority to Higienicos Y Desechables, Servicios Refrigerados and De Gaudalupe.

FMCSA records show Transportes del Valle de Guadalupe has already made one northbound crossing into the U.S. beyond the commercial trade zone.

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As of Tuesday, there had been a total of 47 northbound crossings by the four carriers with operating authority.

There had been an equal number of inspections.

Transportes del Valle de Guadalupe is located in Tijuana.

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