Rhino Web products were on display by Kinedyne as part of the company's 40th birthday celebrations.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kinedyne marked its 40th year in the industry at this year’s Mid-America Trucking Show.
“Four decades is a long time to keep growing, to keep improving,” said Jim Calico, vice-president of sales and marketing with Kinedyne. “I view our history of achievement as a direct reflection on the outstanding quality of the entire Kinedyne team.”
The cargo control company made its debut in 1968 as the brainchild of Jim Klausmann. Since then it has evolved and widened its product line. Highlighted at the Mid-America Trucking Show this year were: Kinedyne’s Kaptive Beam Decking System and Rhino Web.
The Kaptive Beam Decking System is made of high-strength aluminum alloy track material, captive decking beams and a selection of options which provide cargo securement in van trailers. Rhino Web is a strap material which the company says offers better abrasion resistance and 30% more tensile strength than standard straps.
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