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Kenco Bucket Trucks is dedicated to providing reliable bucket truck support services. Bookmark this page and check back for the latest news, from transportation regulation changes to industry safety requirement updates.

Why You Need Logistics Support from Your Bucket Truck Company

10.08.18

Don’t let the details hinder your high and oversize transport. Choose a bucket truck company that provides crucial logistics support every step of the way as part of their support services. Kenco has been escorting over-dimensional loads for more than 21 years. With that time and experience in the utility industry, we know exactly what…

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Kenco Delivers Time-Saving Bucket Truck Support Service

09.17.18

At Kenco, we’re committed to delivering shorter transport times with our bucket truck support services because you don’t want your often-irreplaceable cargo on the road longer than it needs to be. High and oversize transportation carries with it the risk of accidents and damage, and the less time your cargo spends on the road, the…

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Kenco Celebrates 21 Years of Providing Bucket Truck Escort Services.

07.30.18

Kenco recently celebrated its 21st anniversary of providing bucket truck escort services to high load transports all over the nation. In order to continually improve our service, we wanted to take this opportunity to reflect on what we’ve done effectively, enabling our team to grow into an industry leader: Safety has been our number one…

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City rezones 5 acres for Bayway business

04.17.18

By Christopher James At the request of local business owners Kenneth and Myna Mungle, Baytown City Council has rezoned more than five acres of land on Bayway Drive to allow expansion of their business. Council approved the rezoning of 5 acres of land, addressed 5901, 5903, 5907 and 5909, on the south side of Bayway…

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Kenco Team Members Pass TRF450 & TRF453 Certifications

01.09.18

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) mandated additional training to ensure safe and proper handling of electrical systems, traffic signal controller cabinets and traffic signal poles. TRF450 and TRF453 certifications are now required for all contractors who wish to bid on state projects, or those who inspect, maintain, supervise or install electrical systems and equipment…

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