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RAM Trucking becomes 12th Mexico-domiciled carrier in trans-border program

RAM Trucking’s entry into the program follows closely on the heels of the approval of the 11th and largest participant in the program in terms of trucks and drivers.

The Trucker News Services

6/28/2013

WASHINGTON — RAM Trucking has become the 12th Mexico-domiciled motor carrier to be granted authority to participate in the U.S.-Mexico border trucking pilot program.

The approval of RAM Trucking Sa de CV, which is based in Nuevo Laredo, TA, will use one vehicle and one driver in the pilot.

RAM Trucking’s entry into the program follows closely on the heels of the approval of the 11th and largest participant in the program in terms of trucks and drivers.

Servicio de Transportante Internacional y Local Sa de CV based in Tijuana, had 17 trucks and 13 drivers approved to participate in the pilot.

The next biggest participate is GCC Transporte with eight trucks and six drivers.

This week, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced that Tristan Transfer had passed its Pre-Authorization Safety Audit and gave the public until July 8 to comment on Tristran’s effort to become the 13th carrier to be granted authority.

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