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Musthane is a French private industrial company. We can boast more than 100 years’ experience in France and worldwide in designing, manufacturing and completing projects with a high technological added value for our customers. Our major asset is our know-how which is combined, shared and capitalised by all employees on our variety of projects, with demanding customers. Our solutions often include flexible structures based on technical textiles. Our equipment has been designed for emergency situations or situations requiring high mobility. Musthane offers through international brands such as:
•Muststop®: Environmental pollution containment (oil booms, oil spill recovery floating bladders…)
•Muststore®: Fluid storage and distribution units such as Fuel bladders or water bladders. Mobile fuel filtration and dispensing units
•Mustlift®: Mobile Military Aircraft or Heavy Vehicles Recovery Solutions based on lifting bags or lifting parachutes…
•Mustmove®: Mobility assistance equipment such as rollable trackways and mats, helicopter landing mat, rapid deploy tents…
•Mustshock®: Shock and vibration gel based absorption solutions for severe environment such as airborn equipments
•Services: Technical and Economic Diagnosis, Project Management, Engineering, Installation, Training and Maintenance.

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Company profile

Related activities :

Building, mining

Export area :

European Union

Near and Middle East

North America

North Asia

South America

South-east Asia

Local presence :

European Union

Target countries :

Near and Middle East

North America

North Asia

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