Marshall Land Systems to Exhibit at AAD for the First Time
- MLS bringing wide range of capabilities and platforms to their first time at AAD. Exhibiting with ECM Technologies
Marshall Land Systems is attending African Aerospace and Defence (AAD) at Air Force Base Waterkloof, Centurion, City of Tshwane, Republic of South Africa, on 19-21 September 2012. Marshall Land Systems, www.marshall-ls.com, will be on their local partners, ECM Technologies’ stand in Hangar 6: Stand C12.
The company is bringing its capabilities and expertise in Protected, Deployable Workspaces (Shelters and Vehicles), Vehicle Completion (Loadbeds, Trays and Integration of Ancillary Systems such as cranes, winches and canopies) EOD systems and UGVs, which all have relevance to land sea and air domains, to AAD. Of particular interest are the medical facilities which include everything required in a modern deployable hospital ranging from CT Scanners to operating theatres and laboratories to high intensity nursing. The vehicle completion capability will cover recently delivered EOD vehicles and load beds for a range of military tactical transport vehicles. Their UGV capability includes load carriers and surveillance vehicles which work in conjunction with other surveillance systems such as UAVs for which MLS manufactures the ground control and transport systems.
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Peter Callaghan CEO of Marshall Land Systems said, “We are delighted to be exhibiting at AAD for the first time. We are especially delighted to be working with ECM Technologies. We have been approached by several Prime Contractors and OEMs to assist them in pursuit of projects they are involved with and are pleased to be here to support them . We are also pursuing other projects in our own right. We look forward to seeing our many friends from industry and SANDF during the course of AAD.”
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Source : Marshall Land Systems