WingLift - Defense
When It comes to defense, The WingLift is true ally. With its ability to move large containers and equipment, it supports defense organizations to be prepared and ready in record time. Wether it’s on or off-boarding heavy equipment onto air or sea cargo, The WingLift’s compact size and manpower-only operation support efficient transportation of critical defense power. The WingLift is capable of moving large cargo on even rough and uneven terrain when defense must move quickly in challenging environments. Its robust construction can handle extreme climates for all types of defense initiatives almost anywhere in the world.
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.
Rapid reaction Air-Lift and ground movement of critical equipment
The SAAB Giraffe Radar is a family of land and naval based surveillance and air defense command and control systems.
Getting the air protection system in the air
The German Army uses the Wing Lift container carrier system for loading and offloading their air protection system. It is built on a skid with ISO-fix connection for easier handling.
Armed Forces Logistics (FMLOG) central warehouse uses WingLift to get right equipment in right place
A fully functioning logistics service is critical for Armed Forces units to complete their missions, making the role of Armed Forces Logistics, (FMLOG), one of the utmost importance.
Mexico selects WingLift for Airlift with Northern Surveillance System
The new Integrated Air Surveillance System (SIVA) will operate four Northrop Grumman AN/TPS-78 3-D long-range radars in Mexico’s southeast border with Guatemala and Belize. The Airlift is made efficient by WingLift.