Kinedyne Presents its Kaptive Beam Decking System with New High-Performance Locking Trigger Mechanism, Beam Adjustment Tool and Training Program at 2017 TMC

The system’s foot and guide shoe components are made of rugged anodized aluminum, and the locking pawl is made of steel.

With the new high-performance head assembly trigger mechanism, beam adjustment tool and Train the Trainer Program, users will find our system more valuable than ever. – Paul Wolford

Kinedyne LLC, a world-leading manufacturer and distributor of cargo control products for the transportation industry, announced that it will display a redesigned head assembly trigger mechanism and beam adjustment tool for its Kaptive Beam Decking System at the 2017 TMC Annual Meeting & Transportation Exhibition in Nashville, Tenn. In addition, the company is publicizing a free Train the Trainer Program, designed to help maximize the value of all Kaptive Beam Decking System owners.

Kinedyne’s Kaptive Beam Decking System enables fleets to increase their profits, by increasing trailer load capacities by as much as 50 percent. With Kaptive Beam, fleets can immediately reduce run schedules and the number of tractors, trailers and drivers required to move freight, all while significantly improving the capacity of every load a fleet moves.

“Through research, field testing and a focus on continuous improvement, we’ve made the Kaptive Beam Decking System even better,” Paul Wolford, vice president of sales and marketing for Kinedyne LLC, said. “With the new high-performance head assembly trigger mechanism, beam adjustment tool and Train the Trainer Program, users will find our system more valuable than ever.”

The new head assembly trigger profile interfaces with the revised, grooved head design of the beam adjustment tool, making the system’s operation much more smooth and efficient. The…

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