The General Perez Perez, Head of the Procurement Directorate of the MALE, visited the Shooting Folding Targets Module supplied by COHEMO
The visit took place last week at the CMT facilities in Uceda, Guadalajara. In the presence of General Pérez, Head of the MALE Procurement Directorate and General Sáez, head of the Parachute Brigade together with a platoon of riflemen.
COHEMO, a Spanish company based in Madrid, is a company specialised in supply, engineering and maintenance in the defence sector with more than 30 years of experience as a partner of the Spanish army.
The company was awarded the contract for the "Acquisition of two shooting folding targets modules and their integrated logistical support", corresponding to Uceda (Guadalajara) and Siero (Asturias).
The contract was awarded to the company based in Móstoles after the Economic Affairs Headquarters of the Army Logistics Support Command (JAEMALE) selected its offer based on a series of different criteria, where it competed with the proposals submitted by different companies.
This contract comprises two lots; LOT 1 referred to the "Shooting Folding targets module for the CMT Uceda (Guadalajara)" and LOT 2 to the "Shooting Folding targets module for the CMT Cabo NOVAL (Asturias)". The execution period ended in December 2019 and they are currently fully operational and performing optimally.
These are high-tech systems, completely autonomous and with a very simple and intuitive operation.
The company has developed its own shooting targets. They are aware of the importance of target accuracy and, therefore, they develop our products to the highest quality standards.
These systems, which meet all the customer's requirements, allow training that improves the accuracy of hits with targets for precision shooting and certified silhouettes for combat shooting.
In addition to the above mentioned contract, the Madrid-based company has a large number of contracts in force with the Spanish Army, including the maintenance and supply of the Leopard and Centauro, as well as the supply of thermal cameras for different armoured vehicles.