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KITO Group Companies Harrington Hoist and Peerless Industrial Group Adopt New Logo


> Both Harrington Hoists, Inc. and Peerless Industrial Group, Inc. recently unveiled new corporate logos as the first step in their strategy to unify branding within the KITO Group Companies. In addition to Harrington and Peerless, those companies include KITO Canada, Inc. and KITO Do Brasil. The new logos incorporate the respective original brands with


that of their parent company, KITO CORPORATION, providing consistency in communications to their end-users, partners, investors and media. “All of the Americas companies will contain the KITO logo and corporate colors,” commented Bret Lussow, Executive Vice President Business Development. “This rebranding reflects the future vision of our parent company which is for all of their Americas companies to become more cohesive as a group to better serve our customers.” Harrington Hoists, Inc. is located in Manheim, PA,


Elizabethtown, PA, South Holland, IL and Corona, CA. and is a leading manufacturer of electric and air powered chain hoists, electric wire rope hoists, lever hoists, manual hand chain hoists, push and geared trolleys, overhead cranes, crane accessories, below-the-hook and material handling equipment. Established in 1917, Peerless Industrial Group, Inc. has been


innovating successful products for 100 years. Today, as a worldwide provider of lifting solutions, utilizing our exceptional design, engineering, manufacturing, and quality teams, we continue to develop crucial products for the wide variety of markets we serve. Peerless is part of KITO Corporation’s global network providing our customers access to overhead lifting, below-the-hook and material handling, cargo control, hardware, marine and traction products. y


Trinity Sling’s Improved Gangline™ Regular Duty Temporary Iron Restraints Introduced


> Trinity Sling, inventors of the patented Gangline™ Pipe Restraint System used for oil field safety, announced that new performance enhancements have been engineered into their Regular Duty (RD) Gangline™ System. The product improvements were unveiled at the Permian Basin International Oil Show (PBIOS) in Midland, Texas held in late October. The improved Gangline™ Regular Duty system does not have shackles. It is lighter, installs faster, has a positive locking features fewer pieces. This different, All-in-One design results in the Gangline™ system


being the easiest and fastest restraint system to install and the easiest restraint system to train. It is also the lightest weight restraint system in the oil and gas well servicing, pressure pumping, manual is provided, and on-site training is available. New tags are not required. For customers who are using the original Regular Duty shackle system, the original product remains available for sale or rental.


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