Once all flatbed safety systems were installed we were curious to see how the drivers themselves liked using them. So we went back to the site and were thrilled to hear that all the drivers were using and loving the system.
Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC handles the entire package for you – from designs authorized by the client before work begins to the completed project and beyond. Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC negates any worries so your company can deal with the tasks at hand. A turnkey system ensures that all pieces work together seamlessly as a cohesive unit.Transloading systems designed to suit your company’s individual needs with emphasis on worker safety, expertise, competitive pricing and reliable customer service are the qualities that put Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC in the lead.
Late in 2010 Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC designed and manufactured an advanced loading system for a chocolate manufacturer in Amsterdam. The Elevating Tanker Access System has the same operating range as our Truck Enclosure but with the added capability to mirror the slope on tanker tops by lowering each end using pushbuttons on the platform control panel.
A national market leader in the Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) industry had product coming from wellheads in several locations throughout the U.S. That’s the good news. The challenge was that the customer needed a way to get the product onto rail cars when these wells were nowhere near railways. In addition, when transloading from the tank trucks to the rail cars, it was imperative they get every drop of product in order to maximize revenue.
Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC proposed designing a dual sided elevating truck access system. This is a vertically elevating platform with flip?up floor panels that allows operators to walk freely and safely on top of the tanker anywhere along it’s length. Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC further proposed a dual sided manifold arrangement, which gave simple yet effective liquid selection to the operators. The manifold is positioned at a higher level than the access platform to allow adequate drainage down to the tanker.
The Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC Fall Protection System works well and is actually used for access onto trucks that are not unloading at this station. Drivers go there voluntarily to open ventilation and then drive from there to their unloading spot rather than attempting to climb their own access ladders. A good reference for a safety system is if it is used even without people being pushed, as all people tend to like shortcuts
Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC helped a large Washington D.C.-based manufacturer and supplier of cement and mineral components maximize its effort to improve safety practices at a specific facility.
When it became time to evaluate safety measures, Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC assessed the company’s situation adding platforms with access gangways, updates to existing ramps and brand new elevating rail car cages with guardrails that enclose not only the hatch but also the entire top portion of the rail car.
The company’s desire was to add fall prevention to the tops of rail cars. Due to customer commitments, down time needed to be limited to short periods (half a day time slots at most). The installation had to occur around continuing operational processes and product flow. Not only did the company have financial and timeline constrains, the area of the application had more limitations.
The grain company chose to partner with Carbis, the world leader fall prevention solutions that specializes in customized bulk loading access equipment and turnkey systems for truck, rail, and marine applications. Carbis was chosen as it was able to provide the grain company with a custom-designed solution that met the budgetary requirements for the project.
For Offloading raw material tankers our operators and/or the drivers had to climb up the truck ladders, which as we all know is a dangerous situation with many injuries and casualties in the past. By installing the Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC Fall Protection System (a track mounted gangway system) we have eliminated the need for the drivers to do this. Our operators and the drivers have taken to the new system very well and we’ve only had positive comments back.
A publicly-traded chemical development and manufacturing company headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was searching for a proactive solution to enhance operator safety and productivity while cleaning its liquid tank trucks. After evaluating several vendors, the chemical manufacturing company chose Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC, the world leader in fall prevention solutions. Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC was selected because of its flexibility, experience, and willingness to fully incorporate the company’s requirements into its final design and installation.
A major global provider of orange juice and orange byproducts faced considerable challenges when it had to sample product from its tanker trucks and ISO containers.
Operators at a global food and beverage production firm were relying on harnesses to protect them from falls while using a worn-out access structure. The company was concerned about being in compliance with safety regulations as well, since the facility is in operation 24 hours per day, seven days per week. After a review of several vendors, the production firm select Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC, the leading fall prevention specialist in the world, to design custom bulk loading solution that provides safe, up-to-date equipment to access incoming tanker trucks.
Cement manufacturer found itself in the position to relocate its barge loading facility, which included the moving of existing process pipe, the erection of a new pipe bridge, installing fall prevention equipment at all barge access points, and moving utilities from the existing facility to the new loading site.
The mining company quickly began a search for a partner to help update their existing infrastructure to improve their efficiency and employee safety. After evaluating several vendors, the mining company chose to partner with Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC, the world leader in fall prevention solutions. Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC was chosen because of their expertise in marine access solutions, and their superior attentiveness and response time.
Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC custom-designed a dual-sided platform system with safe access locations for each rail rolling stock spotting on the rail spur in the new cleaning facility. The system consisted of safe access gangways at each working location. Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC also recommended the installation of safety cages for all operators and technicians, as well as an overhead monorail system for fall protection when working on the rolling stock.
When large chemical firm were reviewing their existing loading infrastructure used to access multiple vehicle types, they realized that their safety equipment required an update. Using four elevated cage-style loading racks, operators found it difficult to access the multiple vehicle types processed daily in a safe and efficient manner. They called upon Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC…
A petrochemical manufacturing company located in Louisiana replaced an existing Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC fall prevention system with a modified design to improve safety and throughput at a tanker truck loading station. The scope of work involved the removal of an elevating platform, modifications to the support structure, and the installation of a modified design elevating platform. An important consideration when planning and scheduling this project was the downtime that would be experienced at this loading station.
Gerdau Ameristeel in Petersburg, Virginia called about flatbed fall protection. Their truck drivers were putting themselves at risk while tying down their loads and potentially getting hurt. They had no way to access the flatbed other than climbing up on them which was extremely unsafe.
Several of the top energy producing companies are investing billions of dollars on domestic production of crude through new drilling methods in south Texas. Industry experts are stating this effort will help reverse a two-decade decline. Industry analysts are reporting that the yield from these fields could help reduce the US oil imports by as much as 50%.