Electronic goods-in-transit lock

June 8, 2005
Lexington, KY-based Kaba Mas has released the Gitcon G150 electro-mechanical cargo lock. The maker says it combines radio-frequency identification (RFID) sealing with a dependable and secure locking system for trailers and cargo containers

Lexington, KY-based Kaba Mas has released the Gitcon G150 electro-mechanical cargo lock. The maker says it combines radio-frequency identification (RFID) sealing with a dependable and secure locking system for trailers and cargo containers.

Kaba Mas says the G150 is designed to anticipate and defeat both internal and external security threats. The device utilizes Gitcon Access Management software, which allows users to design trailer access parameters and audit access events. It is constructed from Series 316 stainless steel and is available with a choice of the most common handle types for either new or replacement applications on containers utilizing either swinging or roll-up doors.

Kaba Mas is a leading global supplier of high-security electronic locking solutions. According to the company, its complete line of self-powered, battery and mechanical locks meets virtually every container lock requirement. “Our success as a company is derived from a three-dimensional approach to assets protection” stated Carl Sideranko, general manager. “You must first secure the container, then control access to it, and finally, hold people accountable for their actions. “This approach has been proven in the banking, retail and government sectors and will now provide the transportation industry with locking solutions that ensure the safe and theft-free delivery of cargo.”

For more information, go to www.kaba-mas.com.

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