Performance and Partnerships to Protect Your Operation
This commitment impacts the relationships we build, the partners we make, and the products we sell. It requires that we have the expertise that can identify integrity and performance in the lifting equipment our customers are looking for. From J-Hooks and Chain Slings to Hoists, Cranes, and Material Handling and Speciality Lifting Equipment, we’re committed to optimal performance, reliability, and strength no matter how you’re partnering with Olsen Chain & Cable.
The standards we keep for our production and manufacturing are the same standards we set for any vendors or equipment manufacturers who want to partner with us. From the standards we set in production and manufacturing to the testing thresholds that must be met before we’ll endorse, promote, or sell a piece of lifting equipment, our customers can know that we only sell equipment that performs.
Any questions or doubts about the strength, durability, reliability, or integrity of your lifting equipment is a liability for your operation. We’ve said many times that the wrong equipment is the wrong choice every time. Because of that, we’re committed not just to the integrity of the products we sell, but also to the service and support of those products. From repair and restoration services to inspections and training programs, optimal performance is about both the quality of the equipment and the commitment to keeping that equipment performing for you.
That's why we're here and that's what we do.
Synthetic Round Slings from Olsen Chain & Cable
Our Endless Loop Poly Round Slings are the perfect solution for light-weight, low-cost lifting slings. They come equipped with our heavy duty laminated tag that holds up to daily use and outdoor weather situations.
With clearly-marked load capacities and resources available through our City Desk for training, service, inspections, and repair, you’re able to ensure the performance and integrity of Olsen’s Synthetic Round Slings for every use.
Safety is Essential
Most workplace injuries are a result of human error and not equipment failure. So make sure that every member of your crew understands the equipment they're using. Give them the training, resources, and time to perform the necessary inspections, test weight capacities, and securely fasten loads.
For any questions on lifting equipment, best practices, or safety, contact the Olsen Chain & Cable City Desk at 800.328.1906