Coastal Transport & Trading Company was founded by Boise Federwitch and Morris Rushing.
Jerry Wilson, B. J. Herrin and R. L. (Bob) Bryant purchase the company. They add 25 tractors and 50 trailers to its fleet.
Coastal Transport & Trading becomes the first carrier to haul imported steel out of the Port of Savannah.
Coastal Transport & Trading acquires authorization to transport jute burlap.
Coastal Transport & Trading begins transporting building materials.
Coastal Transport & Trading begins service to California oil fields and trip-leasing back to the Southeast.
Coastal Transport & Trading becomes a part of Comcar Industries, Inc. They now operate 70 tractors and 120 flatbed trailers as Coastal Transport (CT).
Comcar acquires Specialized Transport and merges it into Coastal Transport.
Comcar acquires Kennedy Trucking, merging it along with Specialized Transport and Coastal Transport to form one operating company under the Coastal Transport name.
CT adds the 500th truck to its fleet, making it one of the largest privately-held flatbed carriers in the nation.
Coastal Transport, Inc. officially becomes CT Transportation, LLC.