The Spanish army has saved around €12 million in the last eight years, do you want to know how?

We are experts in the development of track recovery plant projects, where armoured vehicle tracks can be disassembled and assembled at work stations to verify all their components and change those that, due to wear, do not meet the original product specifications.

MRO trains the personnel who are going to operate these plants, so that they can identify which parts are recoverable and we give them the tools and criteria to do this.

This technology allows us to recover a minimum of 70%, and in some cases up to 85%, of the used tracks, at an average cost of 50% of the purchase price of new tracks.

TRACK RECOVERY PLANT
EXAMPLE OF THE RECOVERY OF 70% OF TRACK PLATES (T-130)
EXAMPLE OF THE RECOVERY OF 70% OF TRACK PLATES (T-142)

Benefits of the use of recovered tracks:

Financial saving

The acquisition of a recovery plant is a short-term profitable operation.

Self-sufficiency

Greater independence with respect to the supply of material from other armies/countries.

Sustainability

Material saving, more sustainable.

High reliability

The recovered plates have a reliability of 100%.

Over the last 8 years we have recovered 200,000 tracks in the different lines of the Spanish army, this is A TOTAL SAVING OF €12 MILLION

We have the technology to tackle any type of track