Cargo Systems Inc.

Cargo Systems, Inc. was formed in 1980 with the express purpose of serving the Air Taxi Operator’s cargo needs. Our experience through the years has provided us with the opportunity to manufacture cargo restraints for all aircraft types along with trucking and industrial applications. Our expertise extends to all sized aircraft, including restraints for Aerocommander and ATR, Beech and Boeing, Casa, Cessna, DeHavilland, Dornier, Douglas, Embraer, Fairchild, Falcon, Fokker, Lear, Mitsubishi, Piaggio, Piper, Sabreliner, Short and Saab aircraft……you name an aircraft, we’ve likely manufactured a restraint product for it.

Unique projects and special requirements are handled on a daily basis by our experienced staff. Whether your need is for baggage, barrier or floor-to-floor type cargo nets, strap assemblies, seat track, stanchion fittings, anchor plates, cargo rings and hardware, engineering support, slings, cargo control bars and beams, fittings, or chains. We offer exceptional products and services to large and small customers alike. Additionally, we will give you the benefit of our past experience with many aircraft to help you get the equipment you need.

Our FAA Certified Repair Station YCGR152L is certified to perform overhaul and maintenance on virtually all types of aircraft cargo nets and strap assemblies. We are also EASA certified and recognized, which allows us to perform overhaul and maintenance on aircraft cargo nets for many foreign countries. At Cargo Systems, traceability and quality is a must. All materials used in the manufacture of any of our aircraft net or strap assemblies are burn tested in accordance with appropriate FAA burn test requirements. Documentation to this effect is provided with every shipment. All hardware is ordered to strict specifications, and is identified and traced by individual lot numbers. This allows us to provide important information to you years later.

Our process is simple. Simply fill out the Customer Requirements form giving us your input and performance criteria. The form is quick and easy. Next, ‘submit’ the form to us via e-mail. If you have sketches, drawings or digital pictures, you may e-mail them to us at, fax them to (512) 837-5320, or send them to us at our P.O. Box or street address below. Based on your performance requirements, we will suggest solutions and provide a quotation.

See Aircraft Type Experience for examples of previous aircraft restraint solutions.