The good news, however, is that lashing points such as lashing eyes and lashing troughs can be retrofitted for effective cargo securing in the transporter. Retrofitting in the car or transporter should be carried out by vehicle professionals and within the framework of the legal requirements. In addition, it is not sufficient if lashing points are only bolted to the vehicle wall, loading area or vehicle ceiling.
Lashing troughs are usually bolted to the vehicle floor. That is why many transporter beds have size-10 threaded holes. If they do not, lashing eyes or lashing troughs must be bolted on with the aid of a counter plate. It is imperative that the plate rests directly on load-bearing components of the car body to ensure the highest possible tensile strength. To mount the counter plate, the floor of the respective vehicle must be drilled through. You should seek the help of a specialist workshop for this.
We offer different variants of lashing tracks and lashing eyes, lashing troughs and fittings for every type of cargo securing in cars and for cargo securing in transporters. These are, of course, made in such a way that all standards and legal regulations are complied with. The materials used are equally high quality and durable.
Lashing troughs are available in galvanised steel or raw steel, for example. This type of cargo securing in the transporter is embedded in the floor of the respective vehicle, depending on which version is used.