Soucy will be exhibiting at Ausa and is publishing a whitepaper concerning the future of combat vehicle mobility

5 October 2021


After participating at DSEI 2021, Soucy International Inc, with its Defense division will be exhibiting at the AUSA Annual Meeting 2021 taking place from October 10th to 13th in Washington DC.

The last in person AUSA Annual meeting took place in 2019. Now two years later, over 650 exhibitors are expected for the event. Our team will include M. Olivier Dumoulin, Head of Engineering for Defense, M. Doug Morrison, Defense Business Development Director for the U.S, as well as M. Normand Lalonde, Vice-President Soucy Defense.

A Whitepaper in Partnership with DEFENSE NEWS

AUSA Annual Meeting has been the right opportunity for our team to work with DEFENSE NEWS on the edition of a Whitepaper about “The Future of Combat Vehicle Mobility”. This whitepaper has been written by Lilly Chapa, a well known Defense and Security specialized journalist.

Focused on the Next Generation Combat Vehicles, Lilly Chapa brings to light the challenges of modern warfare and how Composite Rubber Track (CRT) systems can meet the requirements for combat vehicle modernization in terms of mobility, tactical advantages and maintenance.

You will be able to download the Whitepaper here : https://hub.defensenews.com/whitepapers/combat-vehicle-mobility/

Our defence Business Development (BD) teams will be on hand throughout AUSA Annual Meeting 21 – Booth 2833 Hall B to answer your questions about our technology.

For interviews schedule or additional information, don’t hesitate to contact Angeline Heckel-Elies – [email protected] - +1 (819) 469-8782



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