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TM395 Heavy Duty Lashing Tool TM395 Heavy Duty Lashing Tool

TM395 Heavy Duty Lashing Tool

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Redback Industries is pleased to announce the arrival of the new TM395 Heavy Duty Lashing Tool. The TM395 Lashing Tool is built for extreme tension, industrial use and features an extra long handle for maximum leverage. The TM395 is compatible with Powerlash, Cordlash and Gatorlash, as well as most webbings and woven lashing straps. Our industrial strength Strapping Tools & Accessories are economical and require minimal maintenance. Redback Strapping Accessories are built for durability and heavy duty use. For more…
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Strapping Tools and Strap Tensioner for Professional Banding

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When it comes to banding the strapping tool or strap tensioner you use makes a big difference in the security of your shipment. Redback’s line of PROSERIES strapping tools last longer and tension straps tighter. Industrial strength PROSERIES strapping tools and accessories are economical and require minimal maintenance. PROSERIES strapping tools & accessories are built for durability and heavy duty banding use. Check out our current web special on the PROSERIES TS25 1″ ABS Windlass banding tool. This strapping tool…
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Strapping Tools and Strap Tensioner for Professional Banding Strapping Tools and Strap Tensioner for Professional Banding

Strapping Tools and Strap Tensioner for Professional Banding

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When it comes to banding the strapping tool or strap tensioner you use makes a big difference in the security of your shipment. Redback’s line of PROSERIES strapping tools last longer and tension straps tighter. Industrial strength PROSERIES strapping tools and accessories are economical and require minimal maintenance. PROSERIES strapping tools & accessories are built for durability and heavy duty banding use. Check out our current web special on the PROSERIES TS25 1″ ABS Windlass banding tool. This strapping tool…
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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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