With a focus on developing custom hauling solutions, Titan delivered for K&D Transport in Stoney Creek, Ontario. At first glance, the flatbed trailers in K&D's yard wouldn't garner a second look. But whenever fellow truckers see steel coil getting hoisted onto one of the trailers at a mill, suddenly there are a lot of questions. The object of the attention is the trailer's coil bunk. With the bunk's timbers fastened to the deck with removable pins, the loading process takes less time, and thanks to pins going right through the subframe, there's an extra sense of security once the coil is tied down. Fabricated steel Ts drop into square-cut holes in the deck.