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Business Spotlight: Gana Trucking

Saturday, February 09, 2019

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Craig and Lori Gana started Gana Trucking and Excavating Inc. in 1995 by hauling sand out of their sand pit with a single dump truck. As a result of hard work and building good relationships with their clients, Gana Trucking & Excavating Inc. has grown. The motivation to always meet the demands of their clients was, and still is, the primary reason for their growth and success. They never forget that Gana Trucking & Excavating Inc. is only where it is today because of their clients and the hard work of all of those who work WITH them. Since their humble beginnings, their fleet has grown to more than 100 trucks and 200 pieces of equipment. What started strictly as an aggregate supplier eventually moved into residential and agricultural site-work and now performs work in all areas of construction. Their projects range from a $500 residential grading job to multi-million dollar industrial projects. Their past projects include: ethanol plants, sports fields, parking garages, railroad work, interstate highways, schools, waste water plants, feedlot grading, detention cell work, and large multi-property development grading. Their goal and promise is to continue to build and maintain relationships that foster good communication, safety, economy, and honesty.

 

“We Guarantee It!”

They can handle a wide range of services and projects and our pledge is to give every customer professional, courteous service that you can count on. "We offer services including trucking, excavating contractor services, landscaping services and snow removal. We are so confident in our work, we guarantee it!”

 

 

Residential

Their extensive project base and large equipment fleet in the Lincoln area gives us the ability to pass along many savings in the residential market. They have access to many dump sites and soil pits for residential projects all over Lancaster County. They have a separate Residential department with its own Managers, operators.

 

Commercial

Gana can accommodate projects of ANY size! They pride ourselves on being a “one-stop-shop” for a general contractor. They can complete all phases of the project. Aggregate delivery is certainly one of their strengths, but their large and diverse fleet of trucks/trailers allow them to be a versatile hauler of aggregates, rip-rap, dirt, demo waste, distillers and manure…just to name a few!

 

Agricultural

Gana Trucking and Excavating helps hundreds of clients in the agricultural community. They excel in Feedlot restoration and maintenance and manure management.

 

 

To learn more about Gana Trucking, please visit http://www.ganatrucking.com/

 

2200 W. Panama Rd 
 (402) 794-5000 
 info@ganatrucking.com 
 Mon-Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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