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.
From July 2014 through September 2015, Cauley reported conducting 39 Level 1 inspections on Cruz and Sons trucks, all of which were given a Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance inspection decal for a clean inspection. Cruz reportedly paid Cauley at least $4,000 for the clean inspections