What does the commercial fishing industry have to do with Major League Baseball’s recommendations to improve ballpark safety for its fans in 2016? For Promats Athletics, which played a prominent role installing tension backstop netting systems for major league teams this off-season, the answer is Ultra Cross Braided Dyneema® netting.
Competition on the playing field is dictated by rules of the game, in business the rules are less clear, at least for some. Recently, we had a competitor post results of a self-claimed "rigorous" test, where they compared our industry preferred Ultra Cross braided, knotless Dyneema® netting to the traditional #18 twisted and knotted product offered by many in the industry. Their intent was to “…shed some light on the mystery of Ultra Cross netting…”.
MASHANTUCKET, Conn. — Red Sox president Sam Kennedy said Saturday that no season ticket-holders have given up their seats or asked to be moved to a different section because of the expanded protective screens soon to be installed at Fenway Park.
The San Diego Padres on Dec. 7 announced details surrounding upgrades at Petco Park for 2016. The centerpiece of the updates is a new two-level social space in right-center field inspired by San Diego’s beach lifestyle.
SALISBURY — Salisbury has Super Bowl connections. If you watch the big game Sunday, you’ll see protective padding on the walls around the field at Met Life Stadium. That end zone padding came out of Promats’ manufacturing plant on Harrison Road, just like the stadium’s goal post padding.