Kinedyne, a manufacturer of cargo control and engineered solutions, is celebrating its 55th anniversary of providing products to the commercial vehicle, military and government and other industries around the world. Established in 1968, Kinedyne has been committed to developing solutions that ensure the safe and secure transportation of goods. Over the past 55 years, Kinedyne has become a partner for private fleets, trucking companies, OEMs, retailers and owners/operators, as well as military, government and aerospace entities along with a network of distributors and dealers across the globe.
Kinedyne evolved from a single facility in New Jersey to an international organization with employees and affiliates in the US, Canada, and Mexico. As Kinedyne continued to expand and product lines evolved to meet new market demands, Kinedyne evolved to enhance its cargo securement and capacity as well as quicker access to technologies to make the complex shipping environment easier for the industry, the company said.
“Kinedyne is proud to be called, ‘The Cargo Control People,’ and we are thrilled to celebrate this milestone anniversary,” said Dan Schlotterbeck, president of Kinedyne LLC. “Our successes over the past 55 years are a testament to the hard work and dedication of our entire team, present and past, as well as our commitment to providing innovative, quality products and exceptional customer service. Kinedyne Mexico also celebrated its 28th anniversary earlier this year, highlighting our global ability to delight our customers by delivering high-quality solutions throughout the world.”
Kinedyne’s product line includes a wide range of cargo control solutions, such as winches, straps and chains, as well as specialty engineered solutions for unique cargo applications and to optimize efficiencies in the movement of cargo.
As Kinedyne looks to the future, the company remains committed to innovation and meeting the evolving needs of the industry. “I look forward to how Kinedyne will shape the future of the many industries we serve, and I know the best is yet to come as we continue to find new, innovative ways to keep people safe by keeping cargo secure,” saidSchlotterbeck.