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Corporate Profiles: US Netting

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At US Netting, we focus on three things: quality, safety and solutions. We make custom netting and industrial products for various industries that need the highest quality safety products available on the market to ensure all regulations and standards are met and all employees are safe. Since 1983, we’ve been dedicated to building the best custom solutions, a tradition we continue today.

Around 90% of what we produce in our shop is custom-made. Our team possesses a staunch devotion to fabricating the best nets and solutions available. Some of the projects we’ve made for our clients include loading dock barriers, cargo attachments, heavy duty cargo restraints, blast containment apparatuses and more. Our ability to adapt to our customer’s needs is our greatest asset and our experience with clients like NASA, Lockheed Martin, Boeing and Intel has granted us the knowledge and possibility to continue growing and helping more businesses.

In early 2016, we began to build out our internal machining, steel and fabrication shop, which allows us to create custom hardware, attachments and adjustment capabilities specific to client needs. The shop works in conjunction with our textile professionals and account managers to ensure each custom product is perfectly tailored to each project. It made it possible to bring the manufacturing of hardware and accessories in-house, and it broadened our horizon when it comes to creating new products, such as our Defender Gates.

At US Netting, our business is keeping your business safe. We offer several products that can improve warehouse safety and protect your workers, your products, your brand reputation and your bottom line.

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