Soucy Group exhibits at LAND FORCES 2018

7 September 2018

For the first time, the Defense Division will exhibit at Land Forces 2018.

Defense Division will be exhibiting our Composite Rubber Track (CRT) system at the bi-annual LAND FORCES 2018 trade show which will be held in Adelaide, Australia.

It is in the context of the LAND 400 programme that we decided to show our capability of improving armoured platforms with our technology, as well as our capacity of innovation and manufacturing.

With more than 28 years of experience in the development and manufacturing of CRT, we constantly improve and adapt our technology to meet our client’s requirements. Our CRT systems are used worldwide and can operate at Gross Vehicle Weights (GVW) from 6 to 45 mT.

LAND FORCES 2018 will provide the opportunity to inform our customer of the operational advantages of our CRT System, such as reduced life-cycle cost, improved situational awareness and reduced logistics, amongst others.

The show is the perfect venue to discuss the results of the trials conducted by the UK MOD’s Armoured Trials and Development Unit (ATDU) at the beginning of 2018.

Our defense Business Development (BD) teams will be on hand throughout LAND FORCES 2018 – Hall 3 – Booth 3G5 to discuss the benefits and advantages of CRT technology. Come and meet our team and find out more about the results following the ATDU trials.

Press contact in Canada: Angeline Heckel-Elies - +1 819 474 4522 – Ext. 2422

Press contact on-site:

  • Normand Lalonde – vice president Defense Division
  • Kevin Sloan – business development director Europe.



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