Celebrating 40 Years of Dok-Lok with Rite-Hite

Bo Dietrick

April, 2020

Rite-Hite first introduced its revolutionary product, the Dok-Lok, on April 22, 1980.

Before Rite-Hite founder, Art White, launched the Dok-Lok, there was no such thing as a vehicle restraint. With the launch of the Dok-Lok forty years ago, Rite-Hite invented the vehicle restraint industry. That day marked the beginning of the continuing evolution in loading dock safety.

Robert Dietrick Company is proud to partner with Rite-Hite and presents its line of vehicle restraints to our customers still today. The original Dok-Lok design has withstood the test of time, and now includes hundreds of additional enhancements. Loading dock safety is of high importance to RDC and our customers. We want to continue to help protect your people on and off fork trucks inside and outside of every loading dock at your facilities.

We wish to congratulate Rite-Hite on 40 years of Dok-Lok innovations and look forward to supplying our customers with future product upgrades. Contact an RDC representative today for a vehicle restraint solution in Indiana, Southern Michigan, Southern Illinois, or Western Kentucky!

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