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THIELMANN WEW will once again be attending IDEX 2019 in Abu Dhabi, UAE, on 17-21 February to present its military fuel and water capabilities.
The company is eagen to meet with customers, military decision makers and industry partners to discuss how its fuel and water capabilities can give military users the tactical advantage, no matter where they deploy.
The requirement for engineered and deployable fuel and water storage and delivery solutions for remote vehicle, air and base operations remains a critical concern for military logisticians. THIELMANN WEW is ready to meet this need with complete, turn-key, integrated water and fuel camp infrastructure capabilities.
THIELMANN WEW head of defense Falko Pfeuffer said: “From the supply of treated, non-potable water to on-demand fuel supply, our integrated camp infrastructure solutions take the headache out of fuel and water logistics for military planners.”
Pfeuffer added: “Whether our customers need small-scale capabilities for platoon level operations, or large-scale semi-permanent forward operating base infrastructure, they need only tell us where they want to be, for how long, and we take care of the rest.”
THIELMANN WEW has more than 20 years’ experience delivering fuel and water capabilities to military customers around the world, giving it the depth of knowledge to help military forces face the challenges of the coming decade.
“We are also so pleased to be stand-sharing with our long-term trusted partner, Hiab,” Pfeuffer said. “As the world’s leading provider of on-road load handling equipment, intelligent services, smart and connected solutions, the work Hiab does goes hand-in-hand with ours, and we look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand to find out more about the capabilities we offer.”
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