Cano and Son’s Trucking, LLC. Makes Debut at the Pharr International Trucking Expo

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Pictured on the right, Enrique Baldivia, with Operations, at Cano and Son's Trucking, LLC. They participated at the Pharr International Trucking Expo on September 29, 2018. Photo by Roberto Hugo Gonzalez
Pictured on the right, Enrique Baldivia, with Operations, at Cano and Son’s Trucking, LLC. They participated at the Pharr International Trucking Expo on September 29, 2018. Photo by Roberto Hugo Gonzalez

By Roberto Hugo Gonzalez

As originally published in Texas Border Business newsprint edition October 2018

Enrique Baldivia, with Operations, at Cano and Son’s Trucking, LLC. represented the company during the Pharr International Trucking Expo. This company provides vital dry and refrigerated freight services.

Baldivia said that they do logistics for Grande Produce, and work with most of the major companies in the Maquila area from Reynosa to the 48 States in the United States. Their services are provided at any time of the year, year-round.

How big is the company regarding trailers?“We currently run 140 tractors; we have about 350 trailers and 800 refrigerated units.”

The company started operations in 2000 and originated in San Juan, Texas from their location at109 West Dicker Rd. They also have ‘Cano Mexico’in charge of doing their border crossings.

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Cano and Son’s Trucking is an excellent company that provides dozens of employment opportunities for the region. Currently, they operate their fleet with 140 drivers, and about 70 employees between the shop, office, and management.

What makes you different from your competition? “We care. We follow freights all the way to destination and update as needed.” The company uses a sophisticated e-logs system and satellite tracking through Omni Tracks.

“Yes, it’s all electronically monitored. We have the satellite connection in all our trailers, and so we’re able to do updates anytime.” Baldivia said that he really likes to work with this company. “The Cano brothers are good people,” he finalized.