Mexican know-how

Jan. 9, 2014

Shown visiting with a trailer mechanic at the company’s headquarters near Mexico City is Raúl Monroy Reus, who heads up Mexico’s 16th largest truck fleet, Transportes Monroy Schiavon (TMS).

Monroy, who’s regarded as a key trucking leader in Mexico,  told Fleet Owner during a recent visit to TMS that he’s very engaged advocating for the “general improvement of transportation in Mexico, including regulations, technical studies, training and innovation.”

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