T & T Trucking Inc

By: Bubbajunk.com

T& T Trucking was founded in 1956 by Rudy Tarditi and Clarence Taylor in Lodi, California located 30 miles south of Sacramento, and 90 miles east of San Francisco in the fertile San Joaquin Valley. They started with two flatbed trucks hauling hay.  Rudy handled the administration of the business and Clarence oversaw operations and both of them drove the trucks.  Times were tough until 1960 at the time T & T Trucking started hauling sand, not from the beaches, but from foothill mines full of silica sand that was used for making glass. Business got a little better and they decided to incorporate in March 1965.   Clarence Taylor well into his 80's has since retired, and founder Rudy TarditiÂâ€Ã¢„¢s son Terry continue his legacy operating one of the most respected and service oriented bulk trucking companies on the West Coast.
 
The companyÂâ€Ã¢„¢s corporate office and main terminal is located in Lodi, California with over 10-acres of facilities and truck parking.  Walnut and cherry orchards, as well as vineyards, as far as one can see, surroundÂâ€Ã¢„¢s the company.  Their Bakersfield, California terminal, which is over 4-acres, was purchased in 1994 to accommodate customers in the southwestern part of the United States. Their truck and trailer maintenance facilities at both locations are exceptional and modern, with computer driven maintenance programs, which enhance our on-time, no-excuse deliveries, well known through out the bulk transportation industry.

The companyÂâ€Ã¢„¢s blue and white fleet includes over 135 trucks and 200 trailers, including gravity doubles, pneumatic doubles, semi's, and transfers, T & T Trucking serves customers in the seven western states with revenues exceeding 24-million dollars annually.  They also have a J&L Semi-Vacuum trailer for such applications as cleaning out contaminated storage sites, accident spills, transfer from one trailer to another, or vacuum from the site to deliver or dispose of - both wet and dry. This equipment is on call 24 hours a day.