US Cargo Control Expands Line of Lifting Equipment

MaritimeEquipment.com
Monday, December 23, 2013
Cargo slingsL Image credit US Cargo Control

US Cargo Control says it continues its product expansion initiatives, adding 440 new chain slings to its selection of industrial-grade lifting slings.

Products recently added include a full line of adjustable chain slings, as well slings in grade 100 chain. All of the company’s chain slings are manufactured with chain that’s made in the USA to ensure the highest quality. All slings meet or exceed the latest guidelines of the National Association of Chain Manufacturers (NACM), ANSI B30.9 standards and OSHA specifications.

The new additions are the latest round of product expansions within the lifting sling category. In May the company expanded its selection of nylon lifting slings ; in August, new polyester round lifting slings were also added.

According to US Cargo Control category manager Matt Mitchell, along with the new products, the company also redesigned its web pages to make it easier for customers to select the right chain slings. A new table layout guides visitors through choosing standard or adjustable, leg configuration, chain grade, and chain size. Endless chain slings and basket chain slings are also available via an online request form.

www.USCargoControl.com

 

 

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