ST Engineering Sends Bronco ATTC to Winter Testing in Finland, VT Systems’ Tom Vecchiolla Comments

Tom Vecchiolla

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 25, 2019 — ST Engineering is moving to prepare its Bronco all-terrain tracked carrier for international availability and has sent a variant of the platform to a tire and vehicle testing facility in Finland to assess its performance in cold weather and heavy snow, ExecutiveBiz reported March 13.

EDR On-Line reported March 7 that the Singapore-based company’s Bronco 3 vehicle, which is designed to transport up to 18 tons of cargo payload and has a new compact engine and redesigned components for increased protection and maneuverability, underwent tests and demonstrations at Test World in Ivalo, Finland.

“We are excited to introduce these vehicles into the broader international market,” Tom Vecchiolla, president and CEO of ST Engineering’s VT Systems subsidiary and a past Wash100 awardee, told ExecutiveBiz.

He noted that the Bronco’s versatility and heritage serve to position it as a force multiplier in many applications.

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