UAE Land Forces Procure MineWolf Mine Clearance Machines from BAL Bauer Industries Ltd - Switzerland
Swiss companies BAL Bauer Industries Ltd. and MineWolf Systems selected based on rigorous trials in extreme desert conditions
BAL Bauer Industries Ltd., who acts as General Contractor for this contract, and MineWolf Systems were selected based on their superior technology, extensive regional experience and military know-how. The systems were delivered at the beginning of 2008 six month after contract signing and the training of the UAE personnel is being carried out at the present time.
It is the first army in the Middle East to procure the MineWolf.
The MineWolf is a tracked mine clearance machine implementing an interchangeable tiller or flail system. It has been proven effective against anti-personnel (AP) and heavy anti-tank (AT) mines in many mine-affected countries including Sudan, Jordan, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia (humanitarian projects). The system is capable of clearing up to 30,000 square metres per day.
Global Clearance Solutions AG
MineWolf Systems (www.minewolf.com) is a Swiss/German-based provider of advanced landmine clearance technologies and services. Our flagship product, the "MineWolf", has set new standards in terms of reliability and efficiency. During 2004-2007 over 15 million square meters of mine-contaminated land in Europe, Africa and the Middle-east have been cleared using the MineWolf technology. Our mission: provide safe, reliable, fast and cost-efficient mine clearance solutions to the military, commercial and humanitarian sectors worldwide.
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