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Loading dock manufacturers release new document on vehicle restraints

The document covers three types of restraints’, several different mounting options, as well as both manually operated and powered devices.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
September 25, 2013

The Loading Dock Equipment Manufacturers (LODEM) Industry Group of MHI recently released “Vehicle Restraints 101.” The document provides the basic knowledge required to understand and specify a vehicle restraint safety device in the loading dock area. The document covers three types of restraints’, several different mounting options, as well as both manually operated and powered devices.

“Vehicle Restraints 101” is available as a free download on mhi.org.

The Loading Dock Equipment Manufacturers (LODEM) is an Industry Group of MHI. LODEM members are the Industry’s leading suppliers of loading dock equipment. They supply solutions worldwide and in virtually every major manufacturing and distribution sector. Loading dock equipment includes elevating docks, dock levelers, dock boards, dock lights, bumpers, seals, shelters, vehicle restraints and traffic doors.

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