How US Cargo Control Creates High-Quality Custom Cargo Nets

Get an inside scoop of how our Cargo Net experts create quality cargo nets.

US Cargo Control creates custom cargo nets

When you receive custom cargo nets from US Cargo Control, you can be rest assured they are made with quality in mind. A strong, tough net can make a difficult job easier and is useful when transporting items like moving couches across town, wine crates across states, and heavy cargo across the nation.

This product can secure items to prevent them from shifting, allowing you to continue with your day with no worries. Heavy-duty custom cargo nets are one of our specialties, and we can design the perfect net for your job. We sat down with one of our experts, Jamie Noe, to learn how the Cargo Net team creates high-quality cargo nets.

Watch the video below to get a glimpse of what cargo nets are:

How to Get Started with a Custom Cargo Net?

The process is simple. If you know what you’re looking for in a cargo net, you can fill out our form and request a quote on our website. If you’re not sure what you need, you can give our team a call at 888-794-1319 and we’ll make it smooth as possible.

As you go over the specifications with one of our teammates, we’ll review the requirements and provide you with an accurate quote. We’ll go over the different styles that you can choose such as webbing, color, dimensions, hole sizes, and hardware. We’ll also sketch a grid drawing to check if the dimensions are accurate.

After we review the overall purpose of your net, its selected styles, and its dimensions, we send the information to our cargo net experts.

What If My Custom Cargo Net’s Specifications Don’t Work?

Don’t worry, our team will make sure every detail is correct. The team will input the whole size, webbing, and additional information to confirm specifications. After that, we pass the information over to the Manufacturing team to create the most successful cargo net for you.

Read below the styles that will be presented to you to choose. In addition to that, you will have the opportunity to include any additional information during the phone call or when you fill the form out.

Webbing Width:

  • 1 Inch (4500 lbs)
  • 2 Inch (6000 lbs)
  • 2 Inch (12000 lbs)

Types of Hardware:

  • Plastic Snap
  • Ratchet & Cam Buckles
  • E-Tracks and L-Tracks Fittings
  • S-Hooks

Hole Size (inches):

  • 4 x 4
  • 6 x 6
  • 8 x 8
  • 10 x 10
  • 12 x 12

Net dimensions:

  • Net Height
  • Net Length
  • Overall Height
  • Overall Length
  • Hole Size
  • Hardware

Choose Any Color:

options for cargo net colors

The Process of Creating the Perfect Customized Cargo Net

When the form is complete and given to the Cargo Net team, one of our experts will have 24 hours to create a spreadsheet and find the hardware. They connect with our production planner to identify parts that we can pull from our warehouse. Once the hardware is in the team’s hands, it’s time to start production!

How the Webbing Design Works

Cargo Net weaving process

Each custom net is hand-made by working the webbing and using sewing machines to perform precise stitch work. The layout process involves weaving the webbing in an over and under technique. It’s not just for looks, but we believe it will provide more strength at each cross-section. By performing the weaved appearance, our nets will look like and have better quality.

During the weaving process, this is how the hole sizes are created from the spreadsheet. Once the webbing is linked, this sets up the strength that you will need to secure your items.

Keep in mind that the different webbing listed in the form has different break strengths. The 1-inch’s strength is 4,500 lbs, and you can choose one of the 2-inch webbing that has a strength of 6,000 lbs or 12,000 lbs.

Then when complete, they are to be packaged and shipped to you. The Cargo Net team will perform quality checks and make sure everything is correct and complete before it’s shipped.

Cargo Net Uses

Even though our heavy-duty custom cargo nets can secure cargo, you can utilize them for other purposes! We’ve created cargo nets for fire stations where firefighters use the nets to hold their hoses, as part of obstacle courses, and for businesses to secure their wine crates for transportation. Check out some creative and unexpected examples below:

deciding which cargo net is best for your truck with customer reviews and video

Known as pickup truck cargo nets that you can secure your items inside the bed. Check out the truck cargo nets we carry.

Use as climbing walls for obstacle courses. These can be utilized for military bases, marathons, paintball activities, and more.

guy climbing on us cargo control's truck cargo net
Photo Courtesy: OCR Nation
large custom cargo net to hold wine crates
Photo Courtesy: Southern Glazer

Or, as we mentioned earlier, use cargo nets to safely secure your crates of wine!

Why not get creative with your climbing wall? Check out Soldier Rush using blue and red webbing for their climbing wall for their races.

different colors of webbing for cargo net climbing wall
Photo Courtesy: Soldier Rush

Getting You What You Want, When You Need It

Cargo nets are known to secure cargo for truckers who have enclosed trailers, but the options are limitless. It’s a versatile tool that you can implement in many ways and you can trust US Cargo Control to get you the high-quality customized cargo net that you deserve.

Not only do we specialize in nets, but we also create custom chain slings, nylon slings, tiedown straps, tarps, and more. Keep placing your orders at US Cargo Control, and our dedicated manufacturing team will keep the quality products coming.

Learn more about cargo nets and some nets we have created for customers!

4 Different Types of Cargo Control Nets and Their Different Applications

3 Popular Heavy-Duty Cargo Nets for Pickup Truck Beds

The Biggest Cargo Net the Manufacturing Team Created Thus Far

Custom Cargo Net Created for a Marching Band

Our team looks forward to getting you the quality products you deserve. If you wish to learn more about our nets, head over to US Cargo Control or give our team a call at 800-969-6543.