Merry Christmas and all the best in 2018 from the Staff and Management at Tuc’s
December 21, 2017
Merry Christmas and all the best in 2018 from the Staff and Management of the Tuccaro Group.
Tuc’s is proud to announce the expansion of their Fleet Services Support
August 11, 2017
For many years Tuc’s has maintained a fleet of over 200 truck and light vehicle units within the RMWB that have worked to support fluid logistics. Tuc’s is proud to have kept our highways, drivers and clients safe in an area prone to hazards. Today, Tuc’s is one of the top ranked companies by safety performance in Alberta. A position we earned as a result of industry leading fleet maintenance combined with great drivers. Today, our management is proud to announce the expansion of that high quality PM service to the outside world. From August 2017 Tuc’s will offer preventative maintenance, CVI inspection services, both transport truck & light vehicle repairs and parts support to the wider industry.
For more information on how you can organize your fleet services support, contact Joe Carmichael at 780 598 7744 email@example.com
Tuc’s Contracting is located at 283 MacAlpine Crescent on the Gregoire Industrial park just passed the Petro-Pass
Tuc’s operates one of the largest shop facilities in the region, with 12 drive-through bays, 80,000 square feet of fully tooled floor space.
This is our community
May 21, 2016
As our non-local counterparts grabbed their equipment and fled south to safety, TUC’S rounded their fleet and drove into the fire engulfed North to protect our community.
Genuine. Local. Leaders in water supply.
May 19, 2016
On behalf of the management at Tuccaro Group I want to thank all of the workers that continue to provide support and essential services. This is not an easy time and I appreciate everyone’s resolve. Although we are operating under challenging conditions our employees have demonstrated their adaptability and ingenuity.
For those employees that are displaced and not a part of the initial recovery and re-start operation, this is perhaps an even more difficult situation. Temporary lay-offs are affecting a number of workers that want to provide help and assistance. We are indebted to your patience and continued support. Our preparedness to return you to work is a continuing priority and we are committed to re-introduce you as soon as conditions allow.
I want to thank all of the families, partners and friends that continue to provide support to our workers. This fire may have set us back but it has united us. We have talented, resilient, hard working people in this Group and we will bounce back stronger than ever.
Craig Jenkins, COO