The fuel rail truck segment in the fuel rail industry has always been a little more than a niche.
For years, the truck category has been a very small segment in most fuel rail segments, but there has been some progress in recent years, as well as a significant uptick in fuel rail and pipeline capacity.
Fuel rail and pipelines are both more than enough to support an increasing volume of truck traffic, and that’s what makes them a good choice for truckers.
That is, if they are built right, they can be built fast enough to meet the ever-increasing demand for fuel.
For this article, we’ll take a look at a few fuel rail products, as they’re the ones that are the most likely to support a steady increase in truck traffic in the coming years.
The Basics of Fuel Rail