New Kinedyne tarp ties, more at MATS

| March 21, 2013
Kinedyne's booth at MATS is #22035 at the edge of the East Hall (where it meets the North Wing)
Kinedyne’s booth at MATS is #22035 at the edge of the East Hall (where it meets the North Wing)

The securement-equipment specialists at Kinedyne, in booth 22035 at the Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville today through Saturday, March 23, are offering attendees a chance to win one of five $1,000 Kinedyne shopping sprees. Customers who purchase a box of straps from a Kinedyne distributor during the show will also be given a free Kinedyne hat.

Among new products on display at the booth are the company’s enhanced Kaptive Beam Systems to create a “second deck” in a van trailer using a strategic system of tracks and beams. The Kaptive Beam System utilizes the maximum cargo space inside the trailer and as a result decreases loading time, increases overal trailer capacity, reduces freight damages, reduces lost decking beams and offers a more fuel-efficient solutions by allowing carriers and operators to optimize equipment utilization, the company says.

Likewise, the new Polar natural-rubber tarp tie is designed to withstand severe winter-weather condition, and the Tiger EPDM-rubber tie resists UV degradation with high elastic retention to withstand the day-to-day environmental exposure found in warmer climes. Both ties feature crimped S-hooks as a standard feature.

New to the Kinedyne booth at MATS this year is a simulated showroom geared toward MATS distributor attendees with merchandising and display support Kinedyne has for its products, including custom stands, racking, display boards and functional and informative packaging.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jacob.wadsworth.961 Jacob Wadsworth

    Superior products. It looks very tough and reliable. I wonder about its price though. It is always important to consider the quality and price of any product you want to buy. – http://www.matfactoryinc.com/

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