E-commerce is creating new cargo challenges, and Kinedyne is delivering new cargo solutions. – Paul Wolford
ATLANTA, GA, USA (PRWEB)
September 28, 2017
Kinedyne LLC, a world-leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of cargo control technologies, including cargo securement, capacity and access solutions for the transportation industry, presented a variety of new systems designed to address increasing pressures on transportation providers to reduce costs while speeding up the movement of cargo to factories, distribution hubs and final destinations. The new product announcement was made during a press conference at the inaugural North American Commercial Vehicle (NACV) Show in Atlanta, Georgia.
E-commerce is changing the way shippers move their goods and the delivery speed expectations of both consumers and commercial customers. There is new stress on every supply chain, as manufacturing and logistics professionals search for ways to optimize their individual links.
“E-commerce is creating new cargo challenges, and Kinedyne is delivering new cargo solutions,” Paul Wolford, vice president of sales and marketing for Kinedyne LLC, said. “In the beginning, e-commerce had the greatest disruptive effect on end-of-the-line, also known as ‘final-mile’ or ‘last-mile’ delivery activities, but now companies throughout the supply chain are looking for ways to minimize transportation costs for cargo as it moves more swiftly throughout multiple transportation modes.”
Wolford explained that Kinedyne is bringing new technologies to North America that will help supply chains optimize the speed, cost and efficiency of controlling cargo as it transitions from its original state (as a raw commodity) to a high-density state (in shipping and in hubs) to a low-density state (as it makes its way through the last mile).
Among the products introduced were a load-rated curtain-side system and a unique double-decking system designed specifically for curtain-side applications. The lightweight curtain-side system opens and closes at lightning-fast speeds, but is engineered…