About Gary Graham Transport Ltd.

Gary Graham Transport Ltd. Trucks

Gary Graham began driving “big trucks” in 1956, hauling gravel and cattle. In 1961, he went into business for himself with one truck and a single axle dump trailer hauling gravel and fertilizer. Gary Graham Transport was born.

In 1962 he added a second truck and put it to work as a sander for the Department of Highways in the winter. He expanded again in 1963, buying a truck to haul water and in 1964 hired his first driver. The company grew by one or two trucks a year for the next several years, still hauling gravel, fertilizer and water. In 1968, Gary bought his first brand new dump trailer and moved into the business of hauling agricultural commodities.

The company was incorporated in 1978, and his son Brad joined the company in 1993, becoming operations manager in 2003. In that year, the company obtained its US operating authority and expanded into the United States hauling flat bed loads and grain.

In 2006, with increased security at the US/Canada border, the company began their application to the C-TPAT (Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism) program and became certified later that same year, completing their first validation in late 2007.

Expansion occurred yet again in 2007 with the addition of dry van, step deck and float trailers to the fleet.

Today, Gary Graham Transport Ltd. has a team of professional drivers, late model tractors and trailers and looks toward the future with optimism that the principle upon which the company was built – service to our customers – will carry us forward to meeting new challenges and opportunities.