With 25 years prior experience in the trucking industry, Brent Lucas founded Lucas Refrigerated Transport Inc. in 1996. It is a family owned and operated business based out of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Specializing in commodities requiring temperature control and niche market service, we provide scheduled and unscheduled truckload service. Our size and attitude allows us substantial flexibility of operations; customizing our services to shipper/receiver's changing requirements as and when required.
Lucas Refrigerated is a small hands-on operation representing a personalized service concept. Our goal is to provide our customers with consistently friendly, price competitive, quality service, while maintaining an attitude of total safety in operations. We operate attractive, top of the line, late model equipment that represents a major point of pride for all of our people and the people to whom we provide the service.
We are committed to a high level of service every step of the way starting with our dispatch team.
For service or inquiries contact our team through the contact us section.
We ship mainly from Alberta to markets in Vancouver, BC., the Pacific Northwest U.S., and return through points in Western Canada with truckload shipments of temperature controlled and dry commodities.
We are always looking for energetic, responsible company drivers and Owner Operators.
To inquire about positions available contact Brett.
We currently are running a fleet of 25 trucks and 50 temperature controlled trailers all equipped with GPS Satellite tracking.
Safety and maintaining our equipment is a top priority. All equipment is on strict maintenance schedules and all safety standards adhered to.
With over 50 years of experience in the trucking industry and a dedicated team of employees, drivers and owner operators our experience is second to none.
Donald “Don” Henry George Scheffler 1957 — 2019
On August 3rd 2019 we lost a good friend and valued member of our family at Lucas Refrigerated Transport.
Don Scheffler suddenly passed away at his home while performing a maintenance task on his truck, something that was routine for him and one of his many strengths. His attention to detail and level of professionalism with his own, and our equipment were only parts of what made him an exemplary operator. His ability to deal with co-workers, suppliers and customers were an even larger component of his character. Although he had only worked with us for 2 years, a few of us were lucky enough to have known Don for decades, and in some cases all the way back to the days Kenbrent Refrigerated Express. Don will be fondly remembered and sorely missed.
His unit #36 will be respectfully retired.