Emergency situations

  • International cooperation
  • Public safety
  • Rescue

International cooperation

MTTs help to move people, but also food, materials and drinking water in developing countries. They can bring electricity to places where it is not available and make it available for use in international cooperation projects.

Public safety

MTTs provide a power source for a one-time installation, such as a bush hospital, command centre, refugee shelters with essential emergency services (communication, sterilization, surgeries, etc.) and help evacuate people out of disaster areas to safe locations (medical tents, first responders) with their extensive pull force and large load capacity.

Rescue

MTTs are the most effective mobile platform for reaching, securing and extracting victims from a location where no other ground vehicle can access. With its strength, stability and reliability, it is able to rescue people quickly and get them to safety.