Archive for the ‘Synthetic Cord Strapping/Lashing’ Category
System Strength of Synthetic Cord Strap
When trying to determine the proper strength of synthetic cord strap needed in your load plan there are two types of measurements commonly referred to - Break Strength and System Strength – but what do these mean?
Woven Vs. Composite Strap
Two of the most popular types of strap used in the cargo securement industry are polywoven and composite. Both are great products to use when securing your cargo, but there are differences between the two that make each
T-Strap Hangers Vs. Tape
When shipping paper rolls, many load plans require strap to be placed around the rolls to help unitize the rolls. It is important the cargo strap stays in place on the rolls and doesn’t fall to the floor during
Railcar Doorway Securement
At the beginning of the year, the Association of American Railroads (AAR) Damage Prevention & Freight Claim Committee made changes to Rule 7 in their Doorway Protection, Circular No. 42-K. Rule 7 of AAR’s
Learn More: Tex-Steel Cord Strapping
Here at Complete Packaging Systems we understand that damage to your goods costs time and money, and no one can afford to have their supply chain disrupted. When your products are properly secured, they will not move
Are You Still Using Steel Banding? 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Be.
Do you want to enhance workplace safety? Do you want a cost-effective strapping solution? Are you still using steel banding? Traditional steel banding has long been the industry standard and is still in