Buske Lines: a Family Legacy

By: Bubbajunk.com

Buske LinesÂâ€Ã¢„¢s story begins in 1923 when Herman Buske founded the company to deliver grocery supplies. Since its beginning, the company has been passed down to generations of the Buske family: his brother, his brothers children and such, until the company was taken over by Howard Buske in 1981.

 

After the dead of Howard Buske, his son Tom Buske began to manage the company in 1985. Tom Buske is the current president of Buske Lines.

 

Today, Buske Lines has among its customers the companies of Ford Motor Co, Procter and Gamble, BASF Corp and Anchor Glass. The coverage of Buske spreads all over United States and Canada.

 

The fleet of Buske Lines consists in 1000 trailer until 53 long size and 450 tractors which are equipped with Qualcomm system. The tractors have 13 locations as the work support. Some of them are in Detroit, Michigan, Granite City in Illinois, Springfield, Missouri, Tulsa, Oklahoma and Houston, Texas 

 

To be part of the Buske Lines Company as a truck driver you must have the CDL, one year as minimum experience, 23 years old at least and proof attendance to a driver school.