D.W. Daggett arrived in Frazee, Minnesota in 1896 at the age of fourteen. He was an energetic young man who soon owned a livery stable. Among his early contracts were hauling supplies and men to the winter lumber camps for the mill at Frazee.
Later he began building roads using only horsepower. Trucks became a natural evolution in this business with the first three trucks being purchased in 1919. They were used for hauling gravel in the summer, potatoes in the fall and pulpwood in the winter.
Heavy Duty Wrecker Service available for recovery and or towing.
Loading dock and forklift service available to transfer loads.
Certified Axle Scale Available.
Inside heated facility with commercial automated trailer exterior wash. Inside trailer and exterior