The Mexican subsidiary of U.S. railroad operator Kansas City Southern expects its gasoline transport business to grow at least 15 percent by volume this year, and possibly much more, a senior executive said on Tuesday. Jose Zozaya, president of the Mexican unit, said the railway is being approached by new fuel importers, beyond existing clients that already supply their own retail gas stations in Mexico like U.S.-based ExxonMobil Corp and France’s Total SA. “Companies are reaching out to us that weren’t before,” he said, without naming the firms, estimating fuel-by-rail growth of 15 percent to 20 percent this year. Kansas City Southern later said in a statement that it would invest $123 million in Mexico this year. Zozaya suggested 2019 growth could even approach the 130 percent figure the firm registered in the year to February if new fuel storage facilities open, and if private […]