Monday, December 5, 2022

Milton to unveil Indomitus concept vehicle at AUSA 2018

Milton Manufacturing is planning to unveil the Indomitus concept vehicle at the upcoming Association of the United States Army (AUSA) conference in Washington DC in October.

The new vehicle will be showcased at the Parker-Hannifin Booth. Parker-Hannifin Corporation is Milton Manufacturing’s design partner.

The new vehicle is a concept of a multi-purpose vehicle designed to improve cross-country mobility and ride comfort.


In essence, this is an “exhibition stand” of the most modern components from different manufacturers.  Integrating defense vehicle systems, technology, and components from more than a dozen entities, included Parker-Hannifin’s products and solutions.

Parker’s industry leading engineers draw on the corporation’s enormous breadth of technologies to create system solutions addressing the most challenging needs and optimizing platforms for weight, cost, power, and reliability.

As for Milton, it is HUBZone Certified, Woman-Owned Small Business with more than 300,000 square feet of manufacturing facilities in Detroit. Milton began as a small job-shop, grew into a Tier-1 Automotive Supplier, and today is a Solutions Provider for the Defense Industry.

Company is developing proprietary systems and solutions, customizing and integrating third-party technology, providing design for manufacturability services and delivering build-to-print programs for the military.

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