Netting News Week 9 - Welcome Spring!!

Netting News Week 9 - Welcome Spring!!

Article By: Alex

  • Technology
  • Netting
  • Security

The Frederick Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association released a statement that it’s creating a new membership option for its prestigious group. This new option is for what it’s calling Remote Pilots, or better known as Drone Pilots.

Netting News Week 8 - Listen Close and Let it Ring!

Netting News Week 8 - Listen Close and Let it Ring!

Article By: Alex

  • Technology
  • Netting
  • News

Styrofoam, plastic toys, bouys, and even a few shoes are just a small list of items found by Close Dubois and James Middleton. The founders of Ocean Legacy Foundation and the crew members have already set a massive clean up effort in the ocean off Vancouver Island.

Cargo nets at Hacksaw Ridge

Cargo nets at Hacksaw Ridge

Article By: Ed

  • Movies
  • Military
  • Cargo
  • Netting

Here is an excellent article about World War II Army Pfc. Desmond Doss. I thought I would share this article because it does talk about one of the last campaigns in the Pacific and how using cargo nets, Doss’ battalion climbed a treacherous, 400-foot-high jagged cliff, nicknamed Hacksaw Ridge, to get to a plateau.

Netting News Week 7 - Flying Cars and New Jobs!

Netting News Week 7 - Flying Cars and New Jobs!

Article By: Alex

  • Technology
  • Manufacturing
  • News

Upgrades in technology, changes in our country and, the diminishing amount of lower-skilled blue-collar workers are causing some serious problems across our great land. While the trade of manufacturing is growing, and slowly becoming our goldmine industry again.

Our newest improvement. The Ultimate Defender Gate Plus

Our newest improvement. The Ultimate Defender Gate Plus

Article By: Ed

  • Gates
  • OSHA
  • Safety
  • Dock

It is my pleasure to introduce the latest and greatest in the world of loading dock safety. The Ultimate Defender Gate has been the pinnacle of loading dock safety when it comes to protecting workers from plowing through the dock door.