NCSG acquires Tucker Oilfield Hauling
By D.Ann Shiffler02 September 2014
In Canada NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul Corporation has acquired Drayton Valley and Calgary-based, Tucker Oilfield Hauling Ltd. Tucker supplies rigging, lifting and heavy haul services to the energy industry. The company was founded in 1994 by Richard Tucker. Cory Crosby bought into the business in 2011.
“Cory and Dick have built a great business servicing their upstream, midstream and other customers in Western Canada and we are excited to be adding their deep expertise to our management team and welcome all of the highly skilled Tucker employees,” said Ted Redmond, president, NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul. “Tucker broadens NCSG’s geographic presence into the Drayton Valley and Edson areas, enabling NCSG to provide local services to customers there and broaden the services Tucker currently offers to include crane and ultra-heavy haul.”
As a part of the transaction, Cory Crosby and Richard Tucker will become investors in NCSG and stay on with the business.
Crosby and Tucker will have an important function within NCSG, growing the range of services provided in the Drayton Valley and Calgary markets, the company said.
“We are excited to be joining the NCSG team” said Crosby. "With access to NCSG’s team of 700 employees and NCSG’s fleet of over 285 cranes, 235 lines of hydraulic platform trailers, 300 conventional trailers and specialized rigging services such as jack & slide and hydraulic gantries, Tucker will be able to take on larger projects/maintenance jobs and meet even more of our customers' rigging, lifting and heavy haul needs.”
“Tucker has been serving our valued customers for 20 years and I am looking forward to continue to work with our customers and grow the business in partnership with NCSG”, said Richard Tucker.