The newest truck intended for the Romanian Army is built by Roman Brașov. The military vehicle is created in limited series.
Roman Brașov was one of the important factories for the communist period. Romanian trucks were based on a MAN license, hence the resulting name: Roman. Like other products manufactured at the time, these vehicles were manufactured by obtaining manufacturing licenses from foreign manufacturers.
Roman trucks were very popular in our country and were used for various tasks. One of them being the military vehicle.
Roman Brașov – The newest Romanian military truck
The model produced in Brașov will be used for logistics, but the manufacturer says it can be just as capable in military field missions. “It’s made absolutely to military standards,” says a brand official. The truck can carry 3 people in the cabin and 24 in the rear platform.
The truck can run on both diesel and NATO-approved special fuel. For the use of this type of fuel, the engine needs a special preparation.
The tires can be deflated or inflated using the controls in the cabin. They also have a protection system, and the moment you exceed the recommended speed for that pressure, they automatically inflate in place, without the need to stop the vehicle.
In 2018, Roman delivered 23 platform trucks to the Romanian Army and hopes to receive orders for the improved version as well.
If in its heyday, the factory had more than 20,000 employees, now only 100 are left who are engaged in the production of trucks. Many of the departments that existed in the past have been abolished. Now there is only Roman Brașov, which is the section dealing with frame/chassis, press, cabin, equipment, welding, general assembly and tests. Also, prototypes.
The factory only produces limited edition trucks.
Source: Promotor by www.promotor.ro.
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