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Pelican-Hardigg to showcase packaging and transport solutions at IDEX

Posted 6 February 2017 · Add Comment

At the International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEX) 2017 - taking place 19-23 February in Abu Dhabi - Pelican will be showcasing its advanced packaging and transport solutions for military and defence applications.



Since 1976, Pelican engineers have succesfully developed custom solutions for the transport and packaging needs of naval and land forces.

Pelican’s innovative products enable sensitive equipment to travel through hostile environments and arrive in operational condition. Most models have been tested in the field as well as in combat situations, as Pelican specialise in building robust cases and lighting products that can survive the harsh demands of military operations.

Pelican-Hardigg is the world’s largest manufacturer of approved reusable plastic cases, with over 500 sizes and bespoke capabilities. Pelican Cases provide protection for any equipment: from small electronic devices to a complete Seabob diving scooter, a sophisticated UAV or a fragile missile. Their cases are lightweight, watertight, heat and impact resistant and virtually indestructible.



The Pelican-Hardigg Mobile Military Range includes the Mobile Armory and Mobile IT cases that shield all kinds of weapons as well as computers and electronics from adverse conditions such as storms and high humidity in the field. The Mobile Office consist on cases that soldiers can, in minutes, set up a field office of durable desks and bookshelves. The Mobile Medical cases include customisable inserts and options to organise and protect lifesaving medical gear while the Mobile Master provide transports for 463L pallets, NATO and Euro pallets.

 

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