Lap Belt Cinch, Inc.
Enhancing Seatbelt Safety
“ITI differentiated themselves from others in two important areas. They listened to what we needed and built specifications that clearly met our objectives and needs and they were highly focused on delivering quality and precisely what was specified.”
Safety, Control, and Comfort Comes First
Lap Belt Cinch, Inc. provides custom products that enhance seatbelt safety, control, and comfort. They invented and developed a small device similar to what drivers would clip onto the seatbelt in the sports car. It gives the seatbelt many of the benefits of a race harness without the cost and hassle. It turned out this simple device added significant safety and comfort to traditional seatbelts as well.
Therefore, Lap Belt Cinch diverted promotional dollars from the sales of their sports car device to develop and patent aftermarket and original equipment designs for adults and children based on their unique technology. They are now working with a major strategic partner to take their products and original designs to several large national and international markets.
Having spent most of its capital on research, development and worldwide patents Lap Belt Cinch turned to ITI to help produce its auto aftermarket seatbelt product. According to Lap Belt Cinch CEO Chuck Carter ITI was the ideal choice for several reasons.
Choosing ITI Manufacturing
“First, they were willing to work with a small company with small volumes; and they were willing to grow with us,” Carter says. “Second, no one could beat their prices. Third, it was a turnkey operation. We had one point of contact at ITI and that person managed the tooling, materials sourcing, production, packaging, and delivery to our location. We could focus our staff and resources on sales, not production.”
Bruce Mather, chief technical officer and inventor of the technology, agrees. He said, “ITI differentiated themselves from others in two important areas. They listened to what we needed and built specifications that clearly met our objectives and needs and they were highly focused on delivering quality and precisely what was specified.”