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WHO WE ARE

Crewshield specialise in the design and manufacture of armoured citadels, housed within a standard ISO container, also known as a ballistic container or armoured mobile shelter. The company was founded in 2011 to develop a rapidly deployable armoured citadel for the maritime industry in response to the threat of global piracy. The versatility of the design soon allowed Crewshield to adapt the citadel to land based projects and Crewshield now services clients in remote, medium and high risk locations, around the world.

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WHAT WE DO

The Crewshield Citadels modular design allows us to create bespoke solutions for all of our clients creating scalable levels of security and endurance. A TURN KEY solution which may be deployed quickly and efficiently worldwide with no specialist set-up or ongoing maintenance.

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WHO WE WORK WITH

From mining exploration units operating in remote regions to development agencies working closely with the local community Crewshield Ballistic Containers offer discrete reassurance that your personnel and assets can remain safe should a situation arise.

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    Manufactured in the UK to ISO 9001 standards, housed within a 20’ ISO container.

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    Low thermal properties, requiring very low power for heating, cooling and lighting.

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    No specialist skills or power tools required to install or operate

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    Extremely portable and re-deployable intermodal design, deliverable via road, air or sea

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    Modular design allows for client specific layouts

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    No major in-service maintenance required

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    Fully weatherproof, built to withstand environmental extremes, sea transportation and helicopter downwash

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    Suitable for protecting a wide variety of personnel & assets across military and non-military uses

CREWSHIELD

Operating in the harshest of desert
environments, where temperatures
can exceed 50°C

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