Shell Mexico begun importing fuel from the United States for sale in its gas stations in the Bajío region, reports Forbes. The company announced the arrival of a freight train with fuel to a storage terminal in San José Iturbide, Guanajuato.
“Initially, the importation will be by land and later by sea,” said the company in a press release.
Shell Mexico plans call for a 1 billion-peso (US $50.5-million) investment by 2030. “The importation of our own fuel is a fundamental part of our value proposition and represents an essential factor for supporting our growth plans in Mexico over the next 10 years,” said downstream director of Shell Mexico, Murray Fonseca.