NorLense Shelter Solutions has been awarded a contract with the Nato Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) following an international competition for the acquisition of an 800-person rapidly deployable camp for a Nato nation.
The camp will be delivered in September 2019 and consists of tented living accommodation based on NorLense SWIFT high-pressure inflatable tents, together with associated camp equipment. As an option, NorLense will also provide full life cycle support for the equipment and set-up / tear down service of the camp through a national partner.
NorLense AS shelter sales manager Robin Mattsson said: “This is a real vote of confidence from NSPA of our SWIFT tent system and capability as a company to provide complete camp solutions. The contract demonstrates that we have the skills to win international tenders based on our technical competence and pricing structure.”
The tented living accommodation will be equipped with HVAC, electrical distribution, lighting, fire safety equipment and furniture. It is designed for being configured and loaded quickly for a specific mission and for continuous operation with minimum maintenance under harsh field operations.
SWIFT tents provide a minimum of 10 years of life and use a rapid and modular system specially designed to meet the though demands of high mobility and comfort in all type of climates. It is a complete one-piece solution with no loose parts, integrated floor and complete high-pressure air beam structure. The unique structure contributes to rapid and easy deployment / take down for users in the field and minimise the risk of operations errors with missing or broken parts.
For over 15 years, NorLense have been producing inflatable tents based on their unique high-pressure technology and providing complete camp solutions. The NorLense high pressure inflatable tents have accommodated military, humanitarian and emergency organisations worldwide, achieved acknowledge for their high quality and easiness to use, being reliable in all type of climates and weather conditions.