Kenco Bucket Trucks was founded over three decades ago by Kenny and Myna Mungle to serve the over-height and over-size cargo transport market. Kenco’s sole mission is to deliver safe, efficient transport for over-size cargo by providing route survey and planning services, handling aerial obstructions and roadside obstacles along the transport route and working with local authorities and utility companies to ensure that the transport route causes minimal disruptions for the community and cargo owner. When you’ve got HIGH LOADS, count on Kenco’s purple bucket truck fleet and expert crews for OPEN ROADS.
Kenco is well-respected in the transportation industry for its outstanding bucket truck escort service, the professionalism of its crews and its ability to perform effectively and efficiently under difficult conditions. Our crews are trained to the highest standards of safety and are certified bucket truck drivers and operators. They are also qualified to handle removal and repair of lights, communications and aerial cables and other items that can obstruct the transport of your over-height and over-dimensional cargo.
Our commitment to your cargo begins with route surveys and planning by our specialists. We have over 30 years of experience escorting cargo throughout the country, and have the knowledge to help plan the most efficient and safest route for your cargo, ensuring your cargo will be transported with minimum risks or costly delays.
On the road, our crews are trained to anticipate and handle any problems, work with local utilities and to do what is needed to keep your cargo moving safely and snag free. Our trucks will travel to the original starting point of the trip and remain with your cargo until it reaches its final destination – whether it be days or weeks.
Kenco’s purple bucket trucks are ready to move when you need them to assist your cargo, whether it’s a local trip or across several states. When the purple trucks are with your cargo, you know it will be safe.
In 1997, Kenny realized that there was no one providing bucket truck services to high load transports. Sure, there were construction companies that had bucket trucks, but no one was offering specialized services with qualified and experienced crews and properly maintained fleets. The industry needed a true specialist to escort heavy hauls safely and efficiently, so Kenny bought a used bucket truck and carefully studied his potential customers’ needs.
To stand out from the competition and ensure people would learn about his new bucket truck company that offered reliable route planning and obstruction clearing, Kenny worked with a friend to paint his first truck. Between his desire to be recognized and the paint colors available, the truck turned out purple.
After working jobs in the area, Kenny’s old dinosaur of a truck was rightfully nicknamed Barney in honor of the loveable children’s television character. Kenny’s desire to be recognized and memorable came to fruition with this first purple truck; however, Kenco Bucket Trucks made a statement in the industry because of the team’s expertise, hard-work mentality and dependability.