Cargo Nets for Transportation
The goods we find on the shelves of our favorite store or the shipment of supplies to your workplace were
once considered cargo and all arrived after a journey on ships, trucks, and/or planes. Cargo can
technically be anything, even livestock, and cargo netting is used in a couple of different ways to ensure
it arrives safely. On the ground, the netting can be wrapped around cargo to keep things stable while in
transport or it can be used over flatbeds, dump trucks, or truckbeds to secure cargo or prevent loose
debris from entering the roadway. It can also be attached to points within a trailer to separate shipments
or at the open end of a trailer.
In the air and on the sea, cargo netting is used in a similar way to keep shipments stable while in
transport. They are often secured with hooks or buckles to eliminate movement until the goods have reached
the next step in their journey. For delivery to ships or other areas via helicopter, often seen in the
military, our cargo lifting nets get the job done with a lifting capacity starting at 4,500 lbs. up to
50,000 lbs. with our jumbo lifting nets.