Ancra gains FAA certificate for B737-800SF loading system

On-board loading equipment specialist Ancra International has received FAA Supplemental Type Certificate for the first Boeing 737-800SF cargo loading system
The Ancra B737-800SF cargo loading system has two pallet transport configuration offerings. The basic configuration supports the transport of eleven 88”x125” plus one 60.4” x 61.5” ULDs. 
Ed Dugic, director of sales and marketing for Ancra, said: “We are very excited to continue to introduce new products to the industry. In addition to our new B737-700 and 737-800 CLS products, our A330-300 PCLS received STC at the end of 2017.
“In the next year we should receive certifications for our other B737-700/-800 CLS as well as certifications for our A330-200, A321 and A320 products. As the freighter industry migrates to new aircraft, Ancra will have cargo systems flying on each new platform.”
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