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Three United Dairymen of Arizona milk transports are unloaded at a Phoenix processor, one of several the co-operative serves. About 190 loads of milk are hauled daily by the transportation division from 94 dairies to processing plants in Phoenix. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

Tom O’Carroll, [top left] distribution manager for the United Dairymen of Arizona, manages the transportation division with customer service for the members a top priority—and trains drivers with that in mind. Walker Stainless Equipment Co LLC supplied this 6,200-gallon full frame [top right] tank trailer to handle the twisting and turning coming out of the yard into the street. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

This stainless steel 6,200-gallon tank trailer is typical of those supplied by Brenner Tank LLC. The co-op specifies LC Thomsen foodgrade valves. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

Kevin Heimann, a driver for Arizona Milk Truck Inc, arrives at the co-op yard and weighs his tractor-trailer rig. A fueling station is adjacent to the scales. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

At sundown, the co-op’s yard in Phoenix begins to fill up as drivers drop off trailers at the end of the work day. Early the next morning, they’ll be back at work. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

This 1951 Ford tankwagon with a 500-gallon tank is used in local parades and other community events. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

The two-bay shop on site has two mechanics and one mechanic’s helper and schedules maintenance and repairs from 6 am until 2 pm Monday through Friday.