The company said its 2012 range of MIL protective barriers employ a quick-release pin system, allowing barrier units to be emptied and removed when no longer needed.
"We developed the 2012 range of Mil units with two of the military's important goals in mind -- to be more cost-effective during the demilitarization stage of the mission, and to be more environmentally responsible," said Hesco Sales Manager Jake McQueen.
"Not only is our product now capable of being recovered when the mission requires, its ease of transportation means a fraction of the energy and resources, including the number of personnel and trucks, are needed to remove the previously installed barriers."
Added Hesco Sales Director Jonathan Bird, "In addition to reducing the time and costs of leaving the conflict zone, the new design denies adversaries use of leftover barriers after the end of the mission."
Hesco has been the supplier of force protection barriers that protect and defend troops and facilities against enemy attacks since 1991.
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