Inkabi, the ox in isiZulu, is a powerful beast. Admired, revered, feared, and respected in many cultures, this magnificent animal has physical strength, a strong will and an uncompromising nature.
The muscle band around its neck and shoulders bolsters its imposing stature, reinforcing its appearance of belligerence, stubbornness, and its unbending nature. The term ‘bull-headed’ is quoted with reason.
In addition to instilling confidence, the ox also symbolises stability, hard work, methodical progress, and a rigid determination.
All of these traits are to be found in the features of the Inkabi tautliner:
- A lighter, stronger, more durable flooring of birch plywood that is permanently flat, and easily installed.
- A modular roof structure designed for longevity and superior operational performance.
- Fully-coated, UV-resistant curtains, with strengthening webbing and high-quality tensioners.
- A high-strength steel chassis, with a combination of welded and bolted assemblies that combats fatigue in high-stress areas.