The objective of the Moving Texas Exports series of papers is to describe the supply chains for six of Texas’ major export commodities and identify the role of transportation in the supply chain. On a national scale, Texas ranked third in electronic instrument employment (all workers) and second in production workers. The sector exported an estimated $6.8 billion of electronic instruments in 2014. Major export markets were Mexico, Canada, China, the United Kingdom, Singapore, and Saudi Arabia. This is the sixth paper in the series and documents the role of transportation in the electronic instrument (specifically, gas chromatographs and gas chromatographs–mass spectrometers) export supply chain and key transportation issues and concerns.