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Come See our Strapping Options at the Breakbulk Transportation Conference.

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The trade show crate, strapped tight with Redback strapping, is on its way to the Breakbulk Transportation Conference in New Orleans. Visit us in Booth 907 to see our full line of polyester cord strapping, cord lashing, manual and pneumatic banding tools, as well as buckles, hooks and accessories for securing project cargo and export packaging. Also on display will be our new synthetic round lifting slings for vertical, choker and basket hitches. And, be sure to check our low…
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Redback Industries at the Breakbulk Americas 2011 Transportation Conference

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Visit Redback Industries October 25-27 in Booth 907 at the Breakbulk Americas 2011 Transportation Conference and Expo in New Orleans. Redback Industries will be exhibiting their full line of heavy duty polyester cord lashing, strap buckles and strapping tools, as well as woven polyester strapping and composite cord strapping. Breakbulk Americas is the largest and most important gathering in the Americas for companies involved in the shipping of heavy-lift, project cargo and traditional breakbulk cargoes. It is where shippers have…
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CINS Works Towards Decreasing Cargo Securement Related Incidents

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At the end of September 2011, The Cargo Incident Notification System (CINS) network will finish an extremely important pilot project. Established in November 2010 by container operators that include Evergreen, Hapag-Lloyd, Maersk Line and other companies, the CINS embarked on a project that aimed to reduce accidents caused by improper cargo securement, incorrect weight declaration, and improper packaging. What did the CINS pilot project involve? The operators worked in tandem and shared information regarding company cargo accidents, incidents and near…
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How FMCSA Regulations Affect Lumber Banding

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What Exactly are the FMCSA Regulations? As you may or may not know, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has adopted specific load securement regulations for a number of different types of commodities. Some of these commodities include metal coils; paper rolls; intermodal containers; concrete pipe; light trucks automobiles, and vans, heavy vehicles, machinery and equipment; roll-on/roll-off containers; flattened or crushed vehicles; large boulders – and of course dressed lumber and logs. Through various public meetings, it was discovered that…
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