Kinedyne Demo Truck showcases optimize trailers

Kinedyne Demo Truck showcases optimize trailers

Kinedyne is rolling out its new demo truck to showcase its core products and a selection of optimization products that increase usable trailer space and speed loading/unloading to deliver efficiency, profitability and driver safety.

The demo truck is upfitted with a Kinedyne Kin-Sider trailer curtain system on one side and Kin-Slider on the other. According to the manufacturer, Kinedyne’s Kin-Sider and Kin-Slider curtain-side products provide easier access to cargo from anywhere on the trailer, enable cross-docking, eliminate tarping or roll-up doors, and facilitate loading and unloading from ground level with a forklift. Kin-Slider, a curtain-side with a  smooth sliding door with single-point release is also featured. The truck also features information about the new Kold-Front Refrigerated Curtain System.

Inside the truck, Kinedyne has installed its Kaptive Beam K1 and K2 double-decking systems. These systems double the capacity of a dry van or box truck, making it possible to securely carry up to twice as much freight with less equipment and fewer drivers, for significant bottom-line savings, the manufacturer said.

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