MobileStrong

MobileStrong HDP

MobileStrong HDP is a new, customizable storage solution that helps law enforcement personnel keep equipment organized and secure in their vehicles.

Designed to fit all trucks and SUVs, MobileStrong HDP is a system of drawers and compartments that slides into the back of a vehicle for easy storage on the go. The system is made of high-density polyethylene (HDP), a hard, opaque and strong thermoplastic, wrapped around an internal metal suspension.

“We chose HDP for these MobileStrong units because it weighs less than our other vehicular storage solutions, and we can offer the same durability to consumers at one of the lowest price points in the industry,” said Tim Skiba, president of Sunway Inc., which manufactures MobileStrong solutions. “Specifically for law enforcement, military and government organizations, the customizable drawers and lockable storage keep items protected and easy to find.”

For law enforcement professionals, MobileStrong HDP offers:

  • Professional organization: The secure, opaque design of MobileStrong HDP keeps gear and equipment organized and hidden from view, making vehicles truly mobile command centers. An optional combination or key lock assures security.
  • Customized equipment storage: Customizable drawer dividers create right-sized cubbies for cameras, first aid bags, guns, K9 equipment and more; right-sized dividers also protect and organize gear, making it easy to find. Tactical foam lining can be removed in 1-inch square blocks to create insets for technology, weapons and other fragile accessories. Drawer systems can be stacked to increase storage.
  • Safety for gear and officers: In addition to protecting gear, MobileStrong HDP protects those on the road by removing the liability of equipment becoming missiles during sudden stops.

MobileStrong HDP comes in four standard size storage units. Law enforcement can outfit their fleet with custom solutions via the “Model it Yourself” MiY HDP Designer Tool. 

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