Sundragon will start overhauling engines for Ukrainian tanks this year

Sundragon will start repairing the first engines for Ukrainian tanks this year, Szymon Klimaszyk, president of the company, informed ISBnews.

“The works should begin at the turn of the year and from January we are dynamically starting repairs of the first batch of 40 UTD-20 engines used by the Ukrainian army. There are chances to extend this cooperation, "Klimaszyk said in an interview with ISBnews. This order is estimated at PLN 600,000. euro.

At the same time, the orders obtained for the Polish Army are being processed. It goes, among others o repairs of the W46.6., W55 and UTD-20 engines - the latter for the BWP-1 infantry fighting vehicles. The RSY subsidiary, which is wholly owned by Sundragon, is responsible for this work.

“Due to the confidentiality clauses in force, we cannot provide too much information. For sure, the share of revenues from the military sector in Poland is growing, and the entire military segment should be profitable this year, ”said the president.

He added that there is an increasing interest in the repair of engines for military vehicles, e.g. for T72 and PT91 Twardy tanks or self-propelled rocket launchers from OSA and KUBA, on the market.

The offer also includes new products, such as the so-called carports that allow servicing electric vehicle charging stations.

Sundragon is active in the renewable energy industry. At the same time, through a subsidiary company - RSY, he works for entities from the military and railway industries. Sundragon is listed on the NewConnect market.

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