Navistar, main beneficiary from tank trucks acquisition for Pemex

The federal government purchased 571 tank trucks for US$ 85.4 million as part of the strategy to deal with fuel theft and gasoline shortages in certain areas of the country.

According to official information, Navistar was the most benefited company, with an order for 440 trucks, while Daimler, through its subsidiary Detroit Diesel Allison, will provide the remaining 131 units.

Of the 440 vehicles required from Navistar, 410 will be delivered with a tank which the truck manufacturer will acquire from a specialized supplier, while another 30 units will be delivered to Traylfer, a company that manufactures tanks in the state of Oaxaca, to assemble the units.

Similarly, Daimler will deliver 81 of the 131 units already completed while the remaining 50 will be sent to the company Fruehauf to finish the work at its plant located in the state of Mexico.

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