Ross Tech

Type of activity:
Design, Research, Consultancy & Training Services

B.O. Box 112717
Abu Dhabi

Phone: 0097125544264
Fax: 0097125544264

Ross Tech technical capabilities:

  • Design & Engineering

  • A dedicated team of Professional Engineers , experienced in using state of the art Engineering -Software & Hardware (Catia, Pro-Engineer)

  • Overseas Design Consultancies for Advanced Computer Aided Analysis / Simulations etc.

  • Expertise in Military Automotive sector

  • From Design conception to Detailed Designs.

  • Complete 3D Virtual Designs.

  • Detailed 2D Manufacturing Drawings with Bill of Quantities.

  • Experience in Detailed 2D / 3D illustrated Technology of Production data package.

  • Experience in Detailed 2D / 3D Technical Publications (Vehicle’s Manuals)

  • Systems Integration

We are one of the leading heavy equipment providers for the defense industry in the Middle East.

We are a UAE national owned company, based in Abu Dhabi, UAE, and are considered to be the leader in the region for maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO), with operations already established in UAE, Saudi Arabia and GCC.

Our team is highly skilled, with extensive experience in all aspects of the heavy equipments maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO).We have several long term associations within the Middle East as well as in other territories such as Russia, Turkmenistan etc. We have solid partnerships with manufacturers of heavy equipment such as Rosoboronexport, in Russia, Tatra in Czech Republic, and many others.

RossTech is a small flexible and independent company, situated in the truck production area of TATRA a.s. in Kopřivnice (Czech Republic), where the first automobile was built in 1898. RossTech was founded in 1995 as a 100% subsidiary company of TATRA a.s. and was originally focused only on logistics of the parent company. After 100 years of continuous car production, TATRA stopped the car production line in 1998 and RossTech took over part of the engine manufacturing technology and their highly qualified engine specialists. RossTech gradualy became a reliable manufacturer of prototype parts of engines, gear-boxes, differentials, wheel units and complete engines TATRA V8 for the motocross.

The manufacturing of both protoype parts and whole vehicle propulsion units is now the core activity of the company. RossTechalso runs an authorised repairshop of TATRA trucks which conducts general maintenance of older vehicles and special upgrades and adjustments to the new ones as per the manufacturer's guidelines. The original services in the area of logistics and transportation have been reduced and optimized. RossTech now run international forwarding services, reliably transporting various goods all over Europe.

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