Vehicle Engineering c.g.d. S.r.l.

Type of activity:
Armoured Vehicles
Design, Research, Consultancy & Training Services
Contact: Toccaceli Marco, President and Managing Director

Via Per Retorto, 25
15077 Predosa- Alessandria

Phone: +39-0131-71590
Fax: +39-0131-71590

Vehicle Engineering is a privat society, established in 1993 by Toccaceli Marco. It changed into Vehicle Engineering C.G.D. since 1996.

Vehicle Engineering C.G.D. develops projects for the most important Italian industries in this business area.

History: Marco Toccaceli works since more than 25 years in the field of tracked and wheeled vehicles, for civil and military use.

After the course of studies, he made his experience, working for several firms as mechanical engineer.

From 1973 to 1978 Marco Toccaceli is the Technical Manager of SO.CO.MET S.p.A. of La Spezia, which produces the largest quantity of parts for the armoured vehicles of Oto Melara .

From 1978 to 1985 he is the Production Manager of Tangram S.p.A. which produces a lot of armoured wheeled vehicles of several types.

From 1985 to 1993 he is General Manager of S.I.C.O. (Italian Society Construction), which is a firm established in 1970 and which manufactures special wheeled and tracked vehicles, for civil and military use.

Vehicle Engineering C.G.D. was established in 1993 and thanks to a great development in the course of years it has become one of the major Companies in the defence field, either for design or research activities.

We design special civil and military vehicles with endothermic and electrical traction.

We offer assistance to companies that have a research center and a prototype sector.

We prepare all the documents, sketches, drawings of assemblies and subassemblies for the design of: vehicles, chassis, suspensions, bodies, mechanical components, transmissions, differentials, distributors, power take-off, calculations and structural and dimensional inspection of items, computerized simulation, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic systems, brake and service systems, bill of materials and suppliers.

We realize the prototypes of the projects made, we perform the tests and the set-up of the product and the further industrialization, calculation of the reliability, study of the productive lay-out and design of the systems to assemble and manufacture components of motor-vehicles.

AMX-13- VE M.R.V. (Modernization of the vehicle)
BTR-50- VE M.R.V. (Modernization of the vehicle)
Kubyai A.T.V - 120 (Tracked armoured personnel carrier)
P.V. T 2,5 (Reconnaissance Vehicle)
REMOTE PILOT T.V. 500 (Robot, Unmanned Vehicle)
S-VE-SK-300 (Modernization of the vehicle)
T55-62-VE M.R.V. (Modernization of the vehicle)
V 150 (Modernization of the vehicle)
V.T. 8x8 VE 600 (Reconnaissance Vehicle)
V.T.L. T 150 (Armoured car)
V.T.L. T 250 (Armoured car)
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