Do you know the guidelines for Cargo Securing?

As a starting point, responsibility of cargo securing is placed with the truck drivers. If the truck driver does not secure cargo good enough or if he/she has not made sure that the sender has secured the cargo good enough, he/she is responsible. Fines depend on the misdemeanor.

European guidelines on cargo securing

A highly secured cargo can prevent personal injuries and damages on cars and properties as well as minimize traffic chaos due to lost cargo. The EU-commission has estimated that up to 25 % of all truck accidents are attributable to bad cargo securing. It can be difficult to keep track on the rules of the different European countries, which has led to the formulation of the European best practice guidelines on cargo securing.

You can read the guidelines on the following link:

Dynello has developed several products that will help dealing with ratchet straps, which are used to secure the cargo. For instance our Fling Clip, which makes it easy to throw straps over the cargo. You can read more about this Fling Clip, the Rewinder and our 1Clips her:

Dynello Fling Clip Throw Ratchet Straps