Category: Nets In The News

InCord Featured in Material Handling & Automation News

As seen in April 9, 2019 issue InCord Safety Netting Opens New Plant in Connecticut InCord, North America’s leading manufacturer of custom safety netting solutions, recently opened a new manufacturing facility in Oakdale, Connecticut, which is devoted entirely to the company’s material handling product line. “This greatly increases our capacity and streamlines workflow,” says Brian Stevenson, Vice President of InCord’s …

InCord Featured in Construction Today Magazine

InCord has recently been featured in the January issue of Construction Today Magazine – a publication focusing on companies that build in North America. We are grateful to not only be exclusively profiled as an innovative manufacturer focused on safety within our industry, but to share the pride we take in our products, as well as our InCord company culture.

InCord Featured in Global Business Magazine

InCord was featured as the cover story in the latest issue of Global Business Magazine as part of their Domestic Manufacturing: Made in America series. We’re honored to have been selected and to represent North America as a progressive corporate innovator. This article is a great exposé of InCord’s unique culture and models of success.

InCord Featured in SA Magazine

InCord is making a huge splash in the July/August issue of SA Magazine. Contributing an informative article on the benefit of Work Platform Netting systems (featuring SkyNet) as well as product development of the TUTUS Dropped Object Prevention System (DOPS), as described in an included case study, InCord has again displayed the industry leading research and implementation that has set …

Washington’s Seventh Annual Home Makeover uses InCord netting

How do you make a dream house even dreamier? Make it a DC Design House. As part of the seventh annual event, which raises money for Children’s National Medical Center, some of the area’s best designers renovate every nook and cranny of some of Washington’s finest living spaces. This year’s makeover is a 1929 Forest Hills Colonial. More than 30 …

Industrial Designer uses netting, wins Designer of the Year Award

Huffington post reports German industrial designer Konstantin Grcic has been awarded as Designer of the Year by Design Miami. His work includes a unique project called Netscape. Quoting from the story: “Motivated towards “defining function in human terms”, it is no wonder Grcic earned the award which honours only the very best established designers who have truly made a mark …

Historic Comstock Covered Bridge Project- East Hampton, CT

How do you provide safety while preserving an historically significant bridge built in 1840, with innovative construction methods patented in the same year? The Comstock covered bridge in East Hampton, CT spans an important waterway and was in serious need of repairs, but it’s historic value required a specialized approach. Once again FallProof Networks was able to fill the special …

Henry Avenue Bridge – Philadelphia, PA

How do you provide a containment system for a bridge project when no lifting equipment can be employed from below? See how FallProof Networks addressed the special challenges of this project! InCord nets formed an integral part in the rehabilitation of this bridge, built in 1932 and listed on the National register of Historic Places. Click this link to view …

Construction Safety History Lesson

Interesting historic video footage shows some of the work of Joseph Strauss, bridge engineer during San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge construction. Techniques may have changed, materials have improved, but the efforts of today’s safety pioneers continue to prevent lost lives and property damages. InCord is proud to carry on and contribute to safety innovations in the Industrial and Construction industries …

MLB player whose mom was hit by foul ball calls for more netting

Denard Span of the Minnesota Twins is convinced that additional protective netting is in order for baseball stadiums to protect spectators. after sending a foul ball into the stands next to the dugout. Wanda Wilson, Span’s mother, was struck – prompting Span to renew his call to extend safety netting to protects fans from hard-hit foul balls. Quoted in an …