MLS, Utilis UK announce collaboration
Marshall Land Systems and Utilis UK have announced that they have signed a collaboration agreement to jointly market and supply camp infrastructure solutions where both shelter and tent based combinations are needed to meet the requirement. The companies made the announcement 20 June, 2012.
The agreement will pave the way for the companies to jointly provide improved deployable camp infrastructure to their customers, as well as integrated life-cycle support.
According to a joint statement, the combination of Utilis tent based solutions including accommodation, working environments and hospital wards together with Marshall Land Systems’ shelter based hospital, command and control, ground control station systems will allow both companies to provide their customers with turnkey solutions; and where the opportunity is right, both companies will be pooling their contractor logistic support (CLS) to provide an end-to-end package which will allow users to be confident that their camp infrastructure is fit for purpose.
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