AGM BLOG

Learn more about AGM’s products and how to use them.

Beehive Tie Down Straps
Tie Downs

Beehive Tie Downs

Now there is a method of securing your beehives during transport that: Won’t damage your beehives Doesn’t require any tools Is adjustable Won’t aggravate your bees

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Tie Down Straps for Trucks
Tie Downs

Truck Tie Downs

AGM’s reusable truck load straps (also called truck tie downs) are made with 2,500 lb. tensile bulked nylon webbing, a 1,500 lb. ratchet buckle and

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Tie Down Straps for Pallets
Tie Downs

Pallet Straps

AGM’s reusable pallet straps (also called pallet tie downs) meet every requirement: easy installation rapid adjustability simple lock-in tensioning quick release unaffected operation due to

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Reusable Banding Straps
Tie Downs

Reusable Banding Straps

AGM’s 1″ reusable banding straps utilize the KevLok® over-center tensioning buckle. It is a loop strap with a quick-disconnect. Made with 2,500 lb. tensile bulked

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The National Institute of Packaging, Handling, and Logistics Engineers (NIPHLE) has awarded AGM first place in the Material Handling Device packaging design competition for AGM’s Thumbtack and Thumbtack Plus breather valves.

NIPHLE Design Excellence Award

AGM Container Controls receives design excellence award from the National Institute of Packaging, Handling, and Logistics. The National Institute of Packaging, Handling, and Logistics Engineers

AGM recently celebrated 25 consecutive years without a layoff.

25 Consecutive Years without a Layoff

The Strength of Southern Arizona Business AGM recently celebrated 25 consecutive years without a layoff. The celebration took place on Friday, March 31, at AGM,

Adsorbent or Absorbent

ADsorbent or ABsorbent?

The Difference is on the Desiccant (Surface) When discussing the function of desiccant (a material used to remove moisture from the air during storage or

Container Dri II Desiccant helps keep cargo dry and viable

Keeping That Cargo Dry & Viable

A major concern for overseas shippers is excessive moisture, a common problem for cargo subjected to drastic changes in humidity. Eliminating moisture damage can protect