The field handling device, or FUG for short, produced by the Steinbock company was put into service by the logistics associations of the Bundeswehr as early as 1983. The vehicle is used wherever supplies have to be handled. No matter whether from rail to road, in the depot or in the material warehouse. Due to its all-wheel drive and the possibility of level adjustment, the FUG 2.5t has excellent off-road capabilities and is therefore suitable for transporting supplies even in easy to medium terrain. The FUG 2.5t is popular with the troops because it can also be used or converted for other work. For example, it can also be used to clear snow. The forks can be exchanged for attachments such as a dozer blade or a crane boom in just a few simple steps. The field material handler is designed for use on paved and unpaved areas, paths and roads as well as in light to medium-difficult terrain.
The Volkswagen Type 2 (T3) was the third generation of the Volkswagen Transporter and was marketed under various nameplates worldwide - including the Transporter or Caravelle in Europe, Microbus in South Africa, and Vanagon in North and South America. It was larger, heavier, and more angular in its styling than its predecessor, the T2. The T3 was manufactured in Germany from 1979 until 1991.
- FUG 2.5t Can be built as one of four different types
- Wheels can steer freely and are workable
- Photo etched parts included
- All doors can be opened
- Six types of markings