When you visit Malahat Skywalk, you traverse an elegant, elevated walkway that snakes through a breathtaking arbutus and Douglas fir forest.
While aquariums serve as exciting entertainment venues, they also have a more noble mission: educate the public while preserving and protecting their residents and guests. This is where netting comes in. It serves three primary purposes: Animal Management, Guest Protection, and Guest Entertainment. Let’s take a closer look at how and where netting is used across these facilities:
InCord is proud to offer biodegradable ECO2 – HTPP knotless fencing and barrier netting as an eco-friendly netting option that installs quickly and easily. InCord’s biodegradable ECO2 ecological barrier netting material will degrade and disappear in a short timescale, leaving no fragments, or harmful residue.
The material handling industry depends on safety, streamlined processes, and accountability. InCord’s Creative Visionary and owner, Robin Ritz, shares how a leading netting manufacturer’s business philosophy keeps operations running smoothly.