Ukraine Acquires 14th MV-4 Mine Clearance Vehicle, Four More En Route


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(Shepherd Media) Croatian robotics company Dok-ing delivered its 300th MV-4 unmanned mine-clearing vehicle, with Ukraine receiving its 14th over the past two years. Ten were newly manufactured and provided to the State Emergency Service of Ukraine, one refurbished MV-4 went to the Swiss Foundation for Mine Action (FSD), and three refurbished vehicles were donated to the Armed Forces of Ukraine by the Swedish MoD.

Dok-ing has delivered 303 MV-4 vehicles globally, benefiting 27 countries and 17 militaries. Due to extensive anti-tank mine contamination in Ukraine, there is a growing focus on heavier demining machines like the MV-10. Dok-ing plans to deliver 30–40 MV-10 robotic systems in 2024, reinforcing its commitment to global safety and demining efforts.

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Published: Sunday, January 14, 2024

Last Updated: Friday, January 12, 2024

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