Marrel joins the Danish Army alongside Fassi

Its name is DALO and the acronym stands for “Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization”.

What we are talking about here are more than 100 new military vehicles that will be supplied to the Danish Army starting from mid-2021. It is an important project in which Marrel, alongside Fassi and Scania, is taking the lead in the supply of the entire outfit. Marrel will supply its Ampliroll® AL16000DM, Fassi its F115A.0.24 crane and Scania its 8X8 truck.

Before the end of 2020, all three companies will collaborate to deliver the prototype for the internal tests to be carried out by maintenance services and Danish soldiers. Subsequently, the 100 vehicles will be supplied on a gradual basis by mid-2021.

Marrel’s AL16500DM LHS equipment enables the loading and unloading of Stanag 2413 loading platforms – supplied by the Danish army – and the handling of ISO 20’ standard containers by using the Amplitainer CHU (container handling unit).

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