Interstate Traveler Company of Detroit Michigan Releases New Technology for Securing Shipments from Lateral Movement

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The Interstate Traveler Company of Detroit Michigan has produce a remarkable new and novel method for the securing of cargo without any mechanical standards for physical connections, or the use of straps, props, wedges or chains. the Interstate Traveler Company's Active Floor Restraint (AFR) system enables a seemingly flat floor surface in a cargo area to come alive and adapt to the shape of any object rolled onto or stacked on this unique flooring system.

The Interstate Traveler Company of Detroit Michigan has produce a remarkable new and novel method for the securing of cargo without any mechanical standards for physical connections, or the use of straps, props, wedges or chains. the Interstate Traveler Company's Active Floor Restraint (AFR) system enables a seemingly flat floor surface in a cargo area to come alive and adapt to the shape of any object rolled onto or stacked on this unique flooring system.

The new Active Floor Restraint system gives the Interstate Traveler Company yet another huge competative advantage over traditional logistics equipment. The AFR system enables the floor itself to adapt to the shape of the objects resting thereon which then raises and lowers small sections of the floor to restrain objects from any lateral movement. Further, the AFR creates a vertical wheel chock that is a planned ten inches in height, making it nearly impossible for a car to be driven around or accidentally set in neutral while the Car Transport is away from the loading zone.

While the company is extreemly enthusiastic about the value of the AFR as a component of Interstate Traveler freight and automobile transport vehicles designed to operate on the Interstate Traveler maglev rail infrastructure, the benefits to the industry world wide can be quickly realized.

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