WingLift - Humanitarian Aid
With the WingLift, those supporting humanitarian aid efforts have their load substantially lightened with a compact and cost efficient short distance heavy load transport system. It is a great solution when large containers or equipment need to be moved with manpower only and without any need for cranes, trucks or forklifts. Its thoughtful design makes turning 360 degrees in confined spaces such as shelters simple and easy. At Recotech we are committed to creating new relationships and supporting this critical domain. We are dedicated to streamlining worldwide, large scale humanitarian assistance.
In addition to our WingLift W40 standard products, a wide range of tailor made solutions for both land based container handling and aircraft loading have been designed and prototyped in accordance to customer specifications, NATO and Aerospace standards.
The container lifting and transport system is a well proven product using the standard DIN 1161 ISO-corners. You can find it daily operations and in many different environments around the globe.
Who uses WingLift?
U.S. Navy using WingLifts for their high speed vessels after successful testing
The High-Speed Vessel (JHSV) is capable of transporting troops and their equipment, as well as supporting humanitarian relief efforts.
Expedites loading of large cargo containers
Volga-Dnepr Airlines has transported two power generators to Port Harcourt, Nigeria, with the help of a new ‘wing lift’ system that reduces the loading time for large containers to less than 30 minutes.
Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya would benefit from WingLift
A refugee camp in Northern Kenya, Kakuma, with over 200, 000 refugees with the challenge of having to travel far for basic necessities.