EXPAL Systems has showcased its latest developments for the defence and security sector at AUSA 2019, the Annual Meeting & Exposition that takes place in Washington from 14th to 16th October.

EXPAL has over 100 years’ experience providing high-technology and tailored components for defence systems such as energetic materials, high-performance propellants and electronic fuzes.

From its Propulsion Systems Technology Center, a cutting-edge facility, EXPAL designs and produces advanced propulsion systems for rockets, missiles and a wide portfolio of munitions, such as 2.75″ (70mm) rocket motors, artillery charges, as well as single and multi-base propellants. Besides, the company also produces semi-processed products including carpet roll, premix, wet and dry pastes and raw materials such as nitrocellulose according to international standards and regulations. EXPAL provides these solutions both for leading defence companies and Armed Forces.

EXPAL will also highlight at AUSA its demilitarisation solutions for the US market, both DoD and industry. The company is one of the main suppliers in the country thanks to its long-established know-how and processes placing emphasis on recovering, recycling and re-using up to 90% of removed components. EXPAL USA has state-of-the-art facilities in Texarkana and a R&D centre in Camp Minden.

As a global expert in ammunition and explosives, EXPAL also provides initiation systems, demolition charges and EOD equipment for combat engineers and special operation forces for NATO and allies countries. These solutions, operative in over 40 armed forces, are based on achieving maximum efficiency while protecting the user.

 A trusted partner for the defence industry

EXPAL has become a trusted ally for the defence and security industry, partnering with over 70 companies in near 30 countries in the field of weapons systems, munitions, energetic materials and strategic components as well as providing integration and maintenance services.

Visit us at our stand 3443 at AUSA 2019.


EXPAL operates in the US market through its subsidiary company EXPAL USA. Headquartered in Dallas, EXPAL USA has state-of-the-art facilities in Texarkana and a R&D centre in Camp Minden.

The company started its activity in 2011 as a demilitarization partner of the US Army and since then has expanded operations to cover a wider range of energetic materials for the US DoD.