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Mr. Truck 4-26-10

Titan Trailers from Kansas is well-known for livestock trailers, flatbeds and inexpensive steel horse trailers. But they make them all – chances are if you need it, they build it. And they build a lot of trailers. Titan Trailers recently purchased Logan Coach, a horse trailer company. Over the years Titan has acquired many other trailer companies, adding their buying volume and manufacturing expertise.

Surviving recessions is all about controlling costs and separating yourself from the crowd with first-class problem solving and customer service. Titan is going the extra mile with a great 5-year warranty, according to customers I’ve talked to.

“Flatbed Frank” Nietfeld, like many of the long-term employees, are part of the “farmer pool of knowledge.” Engineering farmers are the most practical, as Dave Smerchek tells his crew: “When in doubt make it stout.” Dave Smerchek built his first stock trailer in 1986 after working for other trailer companies before building Titan Trailers. Not many trailer company owners can say they built the first one.

In the heartland of farm country, local welders have job stability doing piece work to keep labor rates competitive. That’s what the auto makers need, a crew of Kansas farmers getting it done. Dump trailers and tilt flatbeds are double framed with 16-inch center on stringers. Torsion axles are on everything, as they should be. They provide a great ride and stability for a road trailer.

Axles are also in a jig to align with the coupler for straight towing. Side-by-side trailer lines keep the streamlined production flowing through the enormous building. Horse trailers, flatbeds and construction trailers are built next to each other in an efficient assembly line. All wiring goes through conduit, made in the factory. Greasing hinges is different too – no zerks, just holes so you can use a grease needle that works instead of replacing grease zerks way too often when they freeze up.

No tape measures here, because the pieces are built the same, they fit, and the welders just weld. All sheet metal is Galvannealed. Scorpion bedliner coating is used on bulkheads and fender protection preventing rust and electrolysis. When you’ve built trailers for over 24 years, you have long term repeat customers that stay over to pick up their next trailer.

Titan Trailers from Kansas is well-known for livestock trailers, flatbeds and inexpensive steel horse trailers. But they make them all – chances are if you need it, they build it. And they build a lot of trailers. Titan Trailers recently purchased Logan Coach, a horse trailer company. Over the years Titan has acquired many other trailer companies, adding their buying volume and manufacturing expertise.

Surviving recessions is all about controlling costs and separating yourself from the crowd with first-class problem solving and customer service. Titan is going the extra mile with a great 5-year warranty, according to customers I’ve talked to.

“Flatbed Frank” Nietfeld, like many of the long-term employees, are part of the “farmer pool of knowledge.” Engineering farmers are the most practical, as Dave Smerchek tells his crew: “When in doubt make it stout.” Dave Smerchek built his first stock trailer in 1986 after working for other trailer companies before building Titan Trailers. Not many trailer company owners can say they built the first one.

In the heartland of farm country, local welders have job stability doing piece work to keep labor rates competitive. That’s what the auto makers need, a crew of Kansas farmers getting it done. Dump trailers and tilt flatbeds are double framed with 16-inch center on stringers. Torsion axles are on everything, as they should be. They provide a great ride and stability for a road trailer.

Axles are also in a jig to align with the coupler for straight towing. Side-by-side trailer lines keep the streamlined production flowing through the enormous building. Horse trailers, flatbeds and construction trailers are built next to each other in an efficient assembly line. All wiring goes through conduit, made in the factory. Greasing hinges is different too – no zerks, just holes so you can use a grease needle that works instead of replacing grease zerks way too often when they freeze up.

No tape measures here, because the pieces are built the same, they fit, and the welders just weld. All sheet metal is Galvannealed. Scorpion bedliner coating is used on bulkheads and fender protection preventing rust and electrolysis. When you’ve built trailers for over 24 years, you have long term repeat customers that stay over to pick up their next trailer.

Titan Trailers from Kansas is well-known for livestock trailers, flatbeds and inexpensive steel horse trailers. But they make them all – chances are if you need it, they build it. And they build a lot of trailers. Titan Trailers recently purchased Logan Coach, a horse trailer company. Over the years Titan has acquired many other trailer companies, adding their buying volume and manufacturing expertise.

Surviving recessions is all about controlling costs and separating yourself from the crowd with first-class problem solving and customer service. Titan is going the extra mile with a great 5-year warranty, according to customers I’ve talked to.

“Flatbed Frank” Nietfeld, like many of the long-term employees, are part of the “farmer pool of knowledge.” Engineering farmers are the most practical, as Dave Smerchek tells his crew: “When in doubt make it stout.” Dave Smerchek built his first stock trailer in 1986 after working for other trailer companies before building Titan Trailers. Not many trailer company owners can say they built the first one.

In the heartland of farm country, local welders have job stability doing piece work to keep labor rates competitive. That’s what the auto makers need, a crew of Kansas farmers getting it done. Dump trailers and tilt flatbeds are double framed with 16-inch center on stringers. Torsion axles are on everything, as they should be. They provide a great ride and stability for a road trailer.

Axles are also in a jig to align with the coupler for straight towing. Side-by-side trailer lines keep the streamlined production flowing through the enormous building. Horse trailers, flatbeds and construction trailers are built next to each other in an efficient assembly line. All wiring goes through conduit, made in the factory. Greasing hinges is different too – no zerks, just holes so you can use a grease needle that works instead of replacing grease zerks way too often when they freeze up.

No tape measures here, because the pieces are built the same, they fit, and the welders just weld. All sheet metal is Galvannealed. Scorpion bedliner coating is used on bulkheads and fender protection preventing rust and electrolysis. When you’ve built trailers for over 24 years, you have long term repeat customers that stay over to pick up their next trailer.

Titan Trailers from Kansas is well-known for livestock trailers, flatbeds and inexpensive steel horse trailers. But they make them all – chances are if you need it, they build it. And they build a lot of trailers. Titan Trailers recently purchased Logan Coach, a horse trailer company. Over the years Titan has acquired many other trailer companies, adding their buying volume and manufacturing expertise.

Surviving recessions is all about controlling costs and separating yourself from the crowd with first-class problem solving and customer service. Titan is going the extra mile with a great 5-year warranty, according to customers I’ve talked to.

“Flatbed Frank” Nietfeld, like many of the long-term employees, are part of the “farmer pool of knowledge.” Engineering farmers are the most practical, as Dave Smerchek tells his crew: “When in doubt make it stout.” Dave Smerchek built his first stock trailer in 1986 after working for other trailer companies before building Titan Trailers. Not many trailer company owners can say they built the first one.

In the heartland of farm country, local welders have job stability doing piece work to keep labor rates competitive. That’s what the auto makers need, a crew of Kansas farmers getting it done. Dump trailers and tilt flatbeds are double framed with 16-inch center on stringers. Torsion axles are on everything, as they should be. They provide a great ride and stability for a road trailer.

Axles are also in a jig to align with the coupler for straight towing. Side-by-side trailer lines keep the streamlined production flowing through the enormous building. Horse trailers, flatbeds and construction trailers are built next to each other in an efficient assembly line. All wiring goes through conduit, made in the factory. Greasing hinges is different too – no zerks, just holes so you can use a grease needle that works instead of replacing grease zerks way too often when they freeze up.

No tape measures here, because the pieces are built the same, they fit, and the welders just weld. All sheet metal is Galvannealed. Scorpion bedliner coating is used on bulkheads and fender protection preventing rust and electrolysis. When you’ve built trailers for over 24 years, you have long term repeat customers that stay over to pick up their next trailer.

Titan Trailers from Kansas is well-known for livestock trailers, flatbeds and inexpensive steel horse trailers. But they make them all – chances are if you need it, they build it. And they build a lot of trailers. Titan Trailers recently purchased Logan Coach, a horse trailer company. Over the years Titan has acquired many other trailer companies, adding their buying volume and manufacturing expertise.

Surviving recessions is all about controlling costs and separating yourself from the crowd with first-class problem solving and customer service. Titan is going the extra mile with a great 5-year warranty, according to customers I’ve talked to.

“Flatbed Frank” Nietfeld, like many of the long-term employees, are part of the “farmer pool of knowledge.” Engineering farmers are the most practical, as Dave Smerchek tells his crew: “When in doubt make it stout.” Dave Smerchek built his first stock trailer in 1986 after working for other trailer companies before building Titan Trailers. Not many trailer company owners can say they built the first one.

In the heartland of farm country, local welders have job stability doing piece work to keep labor rates competitive. That’s what the auto makers need, a crew of Kansas farmers getting it done. Dump trailers and tilt flatbeds are double framed with 16-inch center on stringers. Torsion axles are on everything, as they should be. They provide a great ride and stability for a road trailer.

Axles are also in a jig to align with the coupler for straight towing. Side-by-side trailer lines keep the streamlined production flowing through the enormous building. Horse trailers, flatbeds and construction trailers are built next to each other in an efficient assembly line. All wiring goes through conduit, made in the factory. Greasing hinges is different too – no zerks, just holes so you can use a grease needle that works instead of replacing grease zerks way too often when they freeze up.

No tape measures here, because the pieces are built the same, they fit, and the welders just weld. All sheet metal is Galvannealed. Scorpion bedliner coating is used on bulkheads and fender protection preventing rust and electrolysis. When you’ve built trailers for over 24 years, you have long term repeat customers that stay over to pick up their next trailer.

Titan Trailers from Kansas is well-known for livestock trailers, flatbeds and inexpensive steel horse trailers. But they make them all – chances are if you need it, they build it. And they build a lot of trailers. Titan Trailers recently purchased Logan Coach, a horse trailer company. Over the years Titan has acquired many other trailer companies, adding their buying volume and manufacturing expertise.

Surviving recessions is all about controlling costs and separating yourself from the crowd with first-class problem solving and customer service. Titan is going the extra mile with a great 5-year warranty, according to customers I’ve talked to.

“Flatbed Frank” Nietfeld, like many of the long-term employees, are part of the “farmer pool of knowledge.” Engineering farmers are the most practical, as Dave Smerchek tells his crew: “When in doubt make it stout.” Dave Smerchek built his first stock trailer in 1986 after working for other trailer companies before building Titan Trailers. Not many trailer company owners can say they built the first one.

In the heartland of farm country, local welders have job stability doing piece work to keep labor rates competitive. That’s what the auto makers need, a crew of Kansas farmers getting it done. Dump trailers and tilt flatbeds are double framed with 16-inch center on stringers. Torsion axles are on everything, as they should be. They provide a great ride and stability for a road trailer.

Axles are also in a jig to align with the coupler for straight towing. Side-by-side trailer lines keep the streamlined production flowing through the enormous building. Horse trailers, flatbeds and construction trailers are built next to each other in an efficient assembly line. All wiring goes through conduit, made in the factory. Greasing hinges is different too – no zerks, just holes so you can use a grease needle that works instead of replacing grease zerks way too often when they freeze up.

No tape measures here, because the pieces are built the same, they fit, and the welders just weld. All sheet metal is Galvannealed. Scorpion bedliner coating is used on bulkheads and fender protection preventing rust and electrolysis. When you’ve built trailers for over 24 years, you have long term repeat customers that stay over to pick up their next trailer.

Titan Trailers from Kansas is well-known for livestock trailers, flatbeds and inexpensive steel horse trailers. But they make them all – chances are if you need it, they build it. And they build a lot of trailers. Titan Trailers recently purchased Logan Coach, a horse trailer company. Over the years Titan has acquired many other trailer companies, adding their buying volume and manufacturing expertise.

Surviving recessions is all about controlling costs and separating yourself from the crowd with first-class problem solving and customer service. Titan is going the extra mile with a great 5-year warranty, according to customers I’ve talked to.

“Flatbed Frank” Nietfeld, like many of the long-term employees, are part of the “farmer pool of knowledge.” Engineering farmers are the most practical, as Dave Smerchek tells his crew: “When in doubt make it stout.” Dave Smerchek built his first stock trailer in 1986 after working for other trailer companies before building Titan Trailers. Not many trailer company owners can say they built the first one.

In the heartland of farm country, local welders have job stability doing piece work to keep labor rates competitive. That’s what the auto makers need, a crew of Kansas farmers getting it done. Dump trailers and tilt flatbeds are double framed with 16-inch center on stringers. Torsion axles are on everything, as they should be. They provide a great ride and stability for a road trailer.

Axles are also in a jig to align with the coupler for straight towing. Side-by-side trailer lines keep the streamlined production flowing through the enormous building. Horse trailers, flatbeds and construction trailers are built next to each other in an efficient assembly line. All wiring goes through conduit, made in the factory. Greasing hinges is different too – no zerks, just holes so you can use a grease needle that works instead of replacing grease zerks way too often when they freeze up.

No tape measures here, because the pieces are built the same, they fit, and the welders just weld. All sheet metal is Galvannealed. Scorpion bedliner coating is used on bulkheads and fender protection preventing rust and electrolysis. When you’ve built trailers for over 24 years, you have long term repeat customers that stay over to pick up their next trailer.


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