Kinedyne introduces 'Kinedyne Defend' military product line

Kinedyne introduces ‘Kinedyne Defend’ military product line

Cargo control solutions manufacturer Kinedyne LLC introduces Kinedyne Defend, a new brand for the National Stock Number (NSN), National Aerospace Standards (NAS) and Military Specifications (MIL-SPEC) products within its military, government and specialty solutions division.

Kinedyne Defend includes nearly 350 active NSN products including cargo nets, general strap assemblies and specialized cargo securement straps for aviation, aerospace, maritime, rail and other highly customized military applications. All Kinedyne Defend products are military-grade, NAS-compliant and meet MIL-SPEC standards for proper performance, maintainability, and logistical usefulness, the company says. In addition to standard products, Kinedyne Defend offers engineered solutions to create innovative products to solve new cargo securement challenges for the armed forces.

Jim White brings both military and private sector experience to his new role, the company says. He joined Kinedyne from Utility Trailer Manufacturing, where he was national sales manager for more than 18 years. Prior to that, he worked for Meritor after his honorable discharge from the U.S. Army where he had served as a specialist for eight years.

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