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Not every oversized load is moved under the perfect conditions, but a little fog can’t bring us down!

This past week Triton began their journey transporting a 17’10” Screener from Houston to Canada and needed our assistance through Texas. Our 2 VersaBucket crews made sure they were safely escorted through the state.

We wish them a safe and uneventful journey through to Fort McMurray!

Load Dims: 17’10”

Origin: Houston, TX

Destination: Fort McMurray, Canada

Commodity: Screener

# Buckets: 2 Trucks


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Please help us in congratulating Wes B. for being a part of the VersaBucket family for 5 years!

Wes has been an integral part of VersaBucket’s daily maintenance operations and keeps our fleet well-oiled and ready for any project.

His hard work and dedication is very much appreciated and we are thankful to have him as part of the VersaBucket family.

Thanks for being a valuable part of our team!


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Ramos, Noe EOM SEPT20

Please help us in congratulating our Employees of the Month for September & October 2020!

Jesse A. and Noe R. were chosen by their coworkers to be VersaBucket’s next employees of the month. Their hard work and dedication are what keeps VersaBucket running strong and doing well on every project!

We are very happy to have them as part of the VersaBucket family!

Thanks for being a valuable part of the team!


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As oversize loads travel across the country, there are plenty of roadway obstructions that can affect their route.

This Transformer moved by Deep South is no exception. Moving from Houston to San Ignacio, TX, there are plenty of opportunities for low hanging lines, traffic signals, roadway signs and countless other barriers to get in their way.

VersaBucket makes sure that these obstructions are taken care of professionally, and keeps your transport rolling on smoothly.

Thanks Deep South for trusting us to clear your route!

 

Load Dims: 19’11” Tall

Origin: Houston, TX

Destination: San Ignacio, TX

Commodity: Transformer

# Buckets: 2 Trucks

Days of Travel: 4 Days


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When Berard needed some control buildings transported locally this past week, they knew VersaBucket was the right company for the job!

Our crews made sure to clear all overhead road obstructions and guide these buildings safely to the Port of Beaumont, helping Berard successfully complete their transport.

Thanks Berard for giving VersaBucket the call!

Load Dims: 18’5” Tall

Origin: Beaumont, TX

Destination: Port of Beaumont

Commodity: Control Buildings


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Earlier this week, we helped clear the way for Supor to transport this 17’6” tall transformer from Houston to Orla, TX. In the video attached, you can see our crews making sure the load fits safely under some power lines crossing the road.

The project was safely executed and the piece was delivered successfully to its destination.

Thanks Supor for trusting VersaBucket to safely escort your oversized transport!

Load Dims: 17’6” tall

Origin: Houston, TX

Destination: Orla, TX

Commodity: Transformer


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Often times OTR heavy haul loads aren’t only traveling by land during their journey. A perfect example is this HP Fuel Gas Mixing Drum transported by Hansa Meyer that we provided bucket escorts for during September.

This piece weighed in at an impressive 1,036,000 pounds and stood 24’2” tall and 30’ wide. We sent over 5 bucket trucks with crews to help clear the way over 13 days and 310 miles of travel from McGregor to Bloomington, TX.

The piece was successfully delivered in Bloomington and will be barged the rest of the way to Cameron, LA, its final destination.

Thanks Hansa Meyer for trusting VersaBucket to safely escort your oversized transport!

Buckets Sent: 5

Load Dims: 24’2” tall 30’ wide, 1,036,000 lbs

Origin: McGregor, TX

Destination: Cameron, LA
Days of Travel: 13

Commodity: HP Fuel Gas Mixing Drum


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Our team is fully equipped with a fleet of 16 well outfitted bucket trucks and crews to match. We will take on your high loads, wide loads and any other extraordinary loads and get you safely through any obstacles on your route!

When Northwest Logistics gave us a call to escort these (2) Sulfur Reactors in August, we were happy to help! The reactors each stood around 20’ tall, and we traveled with them clearing their route from Oklahoma City, OK to Port Arthur, TX.

Even though there was a little delay on delivery due to Hurricane Laura, these reactors were delivered safely and securely to Port Arthur early September.

Commodity: 2 Sulfur Reactors

Total # Buckets: 5

Load Heights: 20’0 & 20’1

Origin: Oklahoma City, OK

Destination: Port Arthur, TX


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Stewart, Chris EOM Aug20

Please help us in congratulating our Employees of the Month for August and September 2020!

Chris S. and Jonathan B. were chosen by their coworkers to be VersaBucket’s next employees of the month. Their hard work and dedication are what keeps VersaBucket running strong and doing well on every project!

We are very happy to have them as part of the VersaBucket family!

Thanks for being a valuable part of the team!

 


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Wind Energy has been a recently popular source of renewable energy that does not generate waste or contaminate water. An average onshore wind turbine can produce roughly 6 million kWh per year according to the EWEA.

Over the last couple of months, Lonestar Transportation had us escort this 275’ long and 16’6” tall windmill blade from Brownsville to Zapata, TX. We sent over a truck and crew to get this load routed safely and kept it clear from any external obstacles.

Thanks to Lonestar for giving us a call!

Commodity: Windmill Blade

Load Dimensions: 16’6” tall, 275’ long

Origin: Brownsville, TX

Destination: Zapata, TX


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