Rubb builds client relations at DSEI

Rubb met with top-level military staff, procurement officials, and supply chain key personnel at DSEI.

MD Ian Hindmoor welcomed Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach, Vice Chief of Defence Staff, to Rubb Buildings’ stand on the ADS UK Pavilion.


Meanwhile some familiar faces from the UK MoD stopped by to discuss future plans, and a host of military and civilian organisations visited the stand to explore Rubb’s range of rapid deployment EFASS structures.


Natalia Nedel, Chief at Peacekeeping Procurement Section, UN Procurement Division, also met with the Rubb team to discuss the use of fabric buildings in peacekeeping missions. DSEI 2015 featured six themed zones in conjunction with an enhanced seminar programme. The focus areas included: Land Zone; Air Zone; Naval Zone; Security Zone; Unmanned Zone and Medical Innovation Zone.


Rubb Sales Manager Andy Knox said: “This was a good show and an excellent opportunity to build on relationships that we have with our clients. The event has also helped generate some new contacts and leads for us. We were able to showcase our unique strengths and ongoing product and service developments.”


Rubb’s Expeditionary Forces Aircraft Shelter System (EFASS) is designed to be rapidly deployed, providing reliable, durable and field maintainable fabric engineered structures for difficult terrain and harsh climatic conditions. Demountable, relocatable and reusable, EFASS aircraft hangars, sunshades, shelters and warehouses are available in three spans with multiple door options. Rubb Military fabric buildings can be equipped with gantry crane technology. Structures pack into 20ft ISO containers for transport.


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Clare Wilson

Marketing Manager | +44 191 482 22 11

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