Southern Bracing Systems, The Cargo Securement Specialists. Est. 1987

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Southern Bracing Systems brings a small town values to the worldwide market of cargo transportation. Every railcar, trailer and container shipment braced with our products is a priority because we know that each load represents people who depend on products to arrive safely and securely. There is no margin for error.

Southern Bracing Systems was founded in 1985 by industry-veteran Wayne Vick. The company was built on years of experience in the transportation industry from rail yards to ship yards, roadways and skyways. He envisioned a company that would transform cargo securement into an industry based on science that would save billions of dollars in freight loss and damage. That's why all of Southern Bracing System's products are tested and approved by the Association of American Railroads (AAR).

When there wasn't a product available to meet a need Southern Bracing Systems created manufacturing divisions. Our Honeycomb Products and Southern Strapping Systems divisions manufacture top-line void fillers and high quality polyester strapping.

The combination of experience, superior products and customer-centered service make Southern Bracing the most trusted name in the industry. Our sales engineers are trained experts in cargo securement and offer on-site training, demonstrations and samples. We take pride in an immediate response to our customers from the moment they contact our office in Rome, Georgia. Every member of the Southern Bracing family is trained and focused on keeping cargo securely transported.

Contact us today at 1-800-524-7513 to learn more about how we can serve your needs.

We will provide samples and on-site demonstrations for all of our products at no charge or obligation.

 

 
 
   

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Honeycomb Products

Southern Strapping Systems, Inc.


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