8th of September 2021 – Drummondville QC Canada, Soucy International Defense Division is glad to announce that its Defense division will be exhibiting booth H8-120 in the Canadian Pavilion at DSEI 2021 that will take place from September 14th to the 17th.

Once again, Soucy Defense will showcase our Composite Rubber Track (CRT) technology on a Warrior vehicle kindly supplied by Rheinmetall BAE Systems Land (RBSL).

As for the 2019 edition, the vehicle displayed is one-off prototype developed by RBSL as a Mortar or Armoured Battlegroup Support Vehicle.

The vehicle on the booth will be equipped on one side with a CRT System which has had been used for over 5,000 kms, the other side being equipped with a brand-new CRT System, allowing visitors to evaluate the Composite rubber track durability and understand how our CRT Systems can help to reduce drastically the life cycle cost of tracked armoured vehicles.

The Warrior has been the type of vehicle solicited for tests on CRT Systems conducted in 2018 by ATDU on vibrations as well as durability.

Our defence Business Development (BD) teams will be on hand throughout DSEI at the Canadian Pavilion – Booth H8-120 to answer your questions about our technology.


Media Contacts:

Angeline Heckel-Elies, Soucy Defense Division, +1 (819) 474 4522, Angeline.heckel-elies@soucy-group.com

About CRT Tracks

  • Increased durability over conventional steel tracks.
  • Reduced vibration (up to 70%), noise (up to 13dB), thermal signature, braking distance, vehicle weight (up to 50%) and fuel consumption (up to 30%).
  • Reduced vehicle crew fatigue.
  • Significant reduction in life cycle costs and virtually maintenance free.
  • Elimination of damage to infrastructure.

About Soucy

Soucy has been established for 50 years and specialize in the design, development, and manufacturing of CRT. Soucy supply a variety of components and parts for major manufacturers of power sport, industrial, agricultural and Defense vehicles around the world. Since entering the Defense market 26 years ago, the demand for Soucy’s products has grown, and now being utilised in 12 counties worldwide. Soucy’s expertise and knowledge of rubber track applications lie in compounding and track construction. The key elements in exceeding the specifications of traditional Steel Tracks and meeting customer requirements is the relationship between the Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) and rubber heat generation, this balance is critical in the design of CRT. www.soucy-defense.com