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Bankruptcy forces closure of 19 MEX truck stops in Pilot network

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Pilot Company has confirmed the temporary closure of many truck stop locations within the company’s network following the bankruptcy of fuel retailer Mountain Express Oil Co (MEX).

Pilot recently alerted customers to the temporary closure of 19 MEX truck stops within the Pilot network due to the company filing for bankruptcy.

“Mountain Express Oil Co. (MEX) and its affiliates are ceasing operations due to chapter 7 liquidating bankruptcy. As a result, 19 of MEX’s dealer locations within our network are temporarily closed. Pilot Company will continue serving our valued customers at our more than 800 locations across North America,” a Pilot spokesperson told CDLLife.

The locations of the temporarily shuttered MEX stores are below.

  1. Cussetta, Alabama
  2. Blytheville, Arkansas
  3. Two stores in Minden, Louisiana
  4. Two stores in Hayti, Missouri
  5. St. Genevieve, Missouri
  6. Rockingham, North Carolina
  7. Seagrove, North Carolina
  8. Hazelton, Pennsylvania
  9. Cowpens, South Carolina
  10. Birmingham, Alabama
  11. Kansas City, Kansas
  12. Laplace, Louisiana
  13. St. Rose, Louisiana
  14. Monroe, North Carolina
  15. Williston, North Dakota
  16. Pine Grove, Pennsylvania
  17. Grand Forks, North Dakota

It isn’t clear when the shuttered stores will reopen.

MEX is headquartered in Acworth, Georgia, and provides a variety of services within the wholesale petroleum sector.

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