TORONTO –- Kinedyne Corp, a leader in cargo control products for the transportation industry, is celebrating its 40th anniversary.
Founded in August of 1968 by Jim Klausmann, Kinedyne has grown from a single facility in central New Jersey with two employees to an international organization with facilities in four countries. As a vertically integrated manufacturer, its capabilities include synthetic web production, roll forming and fabrication of strap assemblies.
“This company’s story is one of steady, measured expansion – to the point where we now have locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico and China,” says James Klausmann II, executive vice president and son of Kinedyne’s founder. “We know the cargo control needs of our customers as well as anyone, and when a need arises, or a new technology is required, we respond.”
Kinedyne Corporation is the parent company for a worldwide operations group including Kinedyne Canada Limited (Canada), Kinedyne Ltd. (China) and an affiliation with Sistemas Kinedyne, S.A. (Mexico). Kinedyne also has an international dealer network.
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