Military Trucks for Norway and Sweden

2. December 2022

Image on top: Truck transfer at Norway’s Sessvollmoen military base: (from right) Brigadier General Frode Ommundsen, Major General Øyvind Johan Kvalvik and Michael Wittlinger, chairman of the board of management of RMMV.

High-tech trucks made by Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles (RMMV) are reinforcing the Norwegian and Swedish armed forces. The first delivery for Norway comprised 109 vehicles in different variants: 24 HX 8×8 trucks with a hook lift system, 56 TGS 6×6 heavy-duty tractor trailers and 29 multi-purpose TGS 4×4 and 6×6 vehicles. The new vehicle family is precisely tailored to the requirements of the military user. Some of the trucks feature integrated armoured vehicle cabs that protect against ballistic threats and shrapnel. They can also be equipped with state-of-the-art communication and command-and-control systems as well as remote-control weapon stations. Read more about the complex production of the 38 truck variants here.