|By Business Wire||
|June 9, 2014 03:48 PM EDT||
Mobile Barriers today announced the exponential expansion of its MBT-1m™ security/defense trailer fleet for immediate multipurpose field deployment. By utilizing strategically positioned staging sites across the United States, Mobile Barriers is now capable of deploying fleets of MBT-1m to any national security event location within 24 hours.
The MBT-1m delivers enhanced mobile support force protection at tactical control points, security check points, road blocks, barricades, blockades, emergency events, quarantines, crash sites, installation access points, boarders and ports of entry, perimeter defense sites, natural resource facilities, mobile command centers, mobile operation centers, crowd control and riot events, homeland security activities and antiterrorism support positions.
“The versatile MBT-1m “Mobile Fortress” is a force protection solution in a class of its own- there exists no comparable product in the world,” said David Palladino, Vice President of Security/Defense Operations. Now, our nationwide presence maximizes Mobile Barriers’ ability to provide such protection irrespective of the situation location.”
The MBT-1m’s sheer strength, versatility and mobility allows for rapid deployment and effective operation in various emergency, crisis and hostile environments. MBT-1m are customizable, modular, mission-ready, impassable steel walls on wheels capable of traveling at top highway speeds, providing anywhere from 42’ to 102’ of overall protective length and from 5’ to 9’ of overall protective height (factory equipped as requested).
“This is a win-win for us and the Country,” Palladino said. “We now have the ability to provide invaluable life, limb and property saving protection from coast-to-coast at the same time as we expand our American made business.”
For more information: mobilebarriers.com/security-defense-photos
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