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Geoff Cross, seated, patriarch of the family and founder of Bulk Transportation is surrounded by two generations. From left are Geoff Cross, a grandson; Gary Cross, Bulk Transportation president and chief executive officer; Susan Duffield, corporate secretary; and Dani Kerns, a granddaughter. Return to article | Return to photo galleries
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A Bulk Transportation tank trailer is transloaded at the carrier’s newest rail facility in Las Vegas NV. It is part of the Bulk Transportation family of operations, based in Walnut CA where the company’s Golden Anniversary celebration is underway. Return to article | Return to photo galleries
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Two Polar DOT412 tank trailers operated by DTI are parked at the terminal in Walnut. DTI was purchased to expand the chemical services offered by Bulk Transportation. Return to article | Return to photo galleries
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Leading the management team are [from left] Andrew Woods, director of public affairs; John Erwin, vice-president of operations; Gary K Cross, president and chief executive officer; and Dwight Anderson, vice-president and director of logistics and marketing. Return to article | Return to photo galleries
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A Kenworth truck- and trailer-combination is used to haul propane. Propane equipment has been in the fleet since the mid-1970s when Cross was making a move to the bulk side of the industry. Return to article | Return to photo galleries
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This Kenworth tractor and dry bulk tank trailer are one more example of the carrier’s diversity. Although the fleet is dominated by liquid bulk trailers, the company continues to provide dry bulk service with 45 pneumatic trailers.The tank wash crew includes [from left] Rey Gardea, Gabriel Gardea, Sergio Gardea, Adalberto Zepeda, Jesse Macias, Julian Pizano, Edwin Velazques, and Walnut terminal manager, Dakota Donovan. Return to article | Return to photo galleries
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The tank wash crew includes [from left] Rey Gardea, Gabriel Gardea, Sergio Gardea, Adalberto Zepeda, Jesse Macias, Julian Pizano, Edwin Velazques, and Walnut terminal manager, Dakota Donovan. Return to article | Return to photo galleries
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Bulk Transportation operates this tank trailer for Phos-Chek, a manufacturer of chemicals used in forest firefighting. Return to article | Return to photo galleries
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The Walnut terminal has an in-house designed tank cleaning facility equipped with Spraying System spinners. About 50 trailers can be cleaned daily, and approximately 60% of the fleet is cleaned in house. Return to article | Return to photo galleries
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The tractor maintenance crew includes [from left] Greg Garcia, Robert Weathreal, Dennis Phillips, Daniel Tobiasson, and Ralph Morales. Return to article | Return to photo galleries
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The tank trailer shop crew includes [from left] Jose Rivera, Eric Rivera, Luis Diaz, and Gabriel Para. Return to article | Return to photo galleries
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The corporate staff in Walnut includes back row [from left] Isidro Favela, Don Wu, Ed Dahms, Karen Finley, Sabrina Acosta, Frank Cutter, Rick Stierer, Ken Hutcheson, and Tony Moberly. Second row [from left] MaryAnn Barclay, Frances Kinkead, Teresa Duran, Jennifer Castillo, Sara Layton, Cindy Ray, Kathy Toy. Front row [from left] Martha Constante, Annette Holdaway, Leticia Gonzales, Sherri Keir, Susan Duffield, Bernadette Hernandez, and Andrea Alfaro.