The US Cargo Control Blog

From the Experts in Cargo Control for Trucking, Lifting, & Moving.

You’ve always been able to find the quality cargo control products you need at And now you can find even more from us- product information, advice, reviews, customer photos, how-to videos, etc. – here on our blog. Just another way we get you “What You Want, When You Need It.”

strongest security chain
Protect Your Valuables with the Strongest Security Chain
Protect your items from theft with a case-hardened security chain and a high-quality lock.
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moving strap
4 Ways to Prevent Damage to Your Furniture and House When Moving
If you're one of the many people that will be moving this summer, here are the best tips for how
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crosby 4-leg chain sling
New Product Line Alert: Crosby® Chain Slings
The full line of Crosby® chain slings, including adjustable chain slings with the revolutionary Crosby Eliminator® system, is now available
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ways for truck drivers to save on fuel
9 Free Ways for Truck Drivers to Save on Fuel
As a driver, you have the power to control your rigs fuel consumption in many small ways that can quickly
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Top 5 Reasons You Should Buy Made in the USA Products this Week
While the option to buy domestic or import cargo control products is always on the table, the domestic option may
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using and choosing wheel chocks
Rubber Wheel Chocks vs. Urethane Wheel Chocks
Wheel chocks are a lightweight, durable, and fairly inexpensive way to avoid silly accidents from causing major damage to your
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wire rope basics
Wire Rope Basics
Understand the differences among different types of wire rope so you can buy with confidence.
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10 Types of Material Handling Equipment You Never Knew We Sold
The product selection at USCC is much more diverse than just roadway cargo control equipment.
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CVSA Roadcheck 2019 is Right Around the Corner
If you haven't already, here's how to prepare yourself and your commercial vehicle for a North American Standard Level I
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