Wayne Garrison purchased his first 18 wheeler in 1970 so that he could move his table stock potatoes to the market in Boston. Over the years, the fleet has grown to four trucks and the name changed to Borderview Trucking Corp. The idea behind that first truck remains the same, most of the fleet is still used to haul potatoes from surrounding farms in Aroostook County, Maine to out of state processors, markets and other farmers.

The most recent addition to the fleet, a 2011 Trinity Eagle Bridge trailer, is being used on the family farm to haul our lime and potash to the various farm land we own and lease and to other local farmers. We also use the trailer to haul our potatoes, as well as, a few of the neighboring farmers’ potatoes to the processing plant.