In February 2021 Yaroslav Prygara, СУЩ ща SHERP, will be leaving the company. Operational management will be handled by an internal management team under the leadership of shareholders.
“The company enters 2021 with a strong management team and ambitious plans,” commented SHERP shareholder Vladimir Shkolnik, “in the first quarter of 2021 alone we expect exponential growth of production and sales compared to 2020. Our production capacity has grown, our financial capacity is also stable. This means we are ready for a new stage of development. And the fact that four SHERP models will be featured from January 2021 in the global range of market leader ARGO’s XTV adds to our confidence in our success.
SHERP is now officially represented in the Philippines.
Our new dealer in this country BT Industries Inc is engaged in the supply of special equipment for rescuers. And SHERP will become an indispensable tool for rescue operations in hard-to-reach places and conditions in its lineup.
The agreement exploits the synergy between SHERP, the manufacturer of unique Utility Task Amphibious Vehicles and ARGO, the worldwide leader for Amphibious Extreme Terrain Vehicles.
(Kyiv,Ukraine, November 20, 2020) — SHERP, the manufacturer of unique Utility Task Amphibious Vehicles (UTVs), designed for rough and soggy terrain, is pleased to announce the full launch of its strategic partnership with ARGO, the worldwide leader for Amphibious Extreme Terrain Vehicles (XTVs). Manufacturing and supply agreement will expand current offering of Amphibious XTVs in the commercial/industrial market.
Yaroslav Prygara, CEO of SHERP International, stated, “The addition of ARGO’s dealer network, infrastructure and the strength of their entire team will enable us to provide greater service and support to our commercial customers as well as strengthen and elevate the ARGO SHERP brand across Canada and the USA”
The new ARGO SHERP co-branded commercial series will now include four new models. The ARGO SHERP Pro, ARGO SHERP Pro XT, ARGO SHERP Ark XTX and the ARGO SHERP Ark XTZ.
The new collaboration will help to bring this terrific brand to consumers who need a product for any terrain.
ARGO President and CEO, Brad Darling added, “We are very excited about how this relationship has developed and the opportunities that lie ahead for both companies. Going forward we believe this partnership will provide tremendous value to ARGO, our commercial customers, and our dealers.”
SHERP are one of a kind vehicles – suitable for absolutely any surface and climate on planet Earth. They are built for the rugged demands of commercial operators from geologists, oil workers, rescue agents to fishermen, hunters, extreme drivers and travelers.
Ultra-low pressure tires of SHERP are interconnected by a special “eco-circuit” and pumped up by the exhaust gases. Due to this technology, the wheels act as a suspension and allow the vehicle to overcome any humps, bumps, and even waters of the expedition routes.
Ease of maintenance and repairability are the cornerstone of the SHERP. The combination of simple solutions and cutting-edge technologies are the basis of the SHERP philosophy.
Universal loading platform
Designed for transportation of bulky cargo to places that other vehicles are not able to reach. The Ark is equipped with the tools you need and equipment for securing cargos, without losing its cross-country ability.
Personal transportation unit
It can be used by Search&Rescue teams for operations in remote, inaccessible areas. The Personal transportation unit makes safer and easier deploying teams, crews and passengers under the most extreme conditions.
The Personal transportation unit can comfortably and safely seat up to 21 passengers and the driver.
Long expedition projects in hard-to-reach areas, like geological explorations or environmental research projects, will be possible with the Ark Dwelling module.
This module can be equipped with sanitary equipment and kitchen. Properly isolated with energy-saving materials, it will allow an enjoyable stay in the most adverse environments.
The Ark Medical module can be used in rescue operations for victims of natural disasters such as floods, wildfires or earthquakes. It will facilitate medical care in remote areas immediately after arrival without the need for raising tents.
It doesn’t matter how inaccessible a location where fuel, water or any liquid is needed: The Ark Tank unit will transport ip to 3,400 kg (7,500 lb.).
New solution SHERP the Shuttle to overcome open water and deliver aid to more hard-to-reach areas.
Every day and every minute we push the limits of SHERPs possibilities to be more effective during rescue missions. Swamps, ice, mud, rocks, sand, boulders, fallen trees, gravel, sand and other terrain obstacles are easily passed by any SHERP ATV.
And now we are proud to present our new solution to overcome long distances in open water — SHERP the Shuttle ! It is an incredible cargo boat that delivers assistance and helps to save lives in hard-to-reach areas much faster. Carries 2 SHERPs at once, easily launches and raises ATVs from water and transfers them to any point.
Any water, any depth, any distance. SHERP the Shuttle :
Load capacity – 5,000 kg (11,023 lb)
Max. speed of an empty boat – 60 km/h (37 mph)
Max. speed of a loaded boat – 35 km/h (21 mph)
Max. payload – 8,000 kg (17,636 ft)
Water depth move – 1 m (3ft)
2 Engines – Mercury F300 each
The 2019 Fleet Forum Best Transport Achievement Award has been awarded to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) for the SHERP project. Nenad Grkovic and Paul Dettmer accepted the award on behalf of WFP.
SHERP is the name given to the amphibious all-terrain vehicle recently piloted by WFP. Its key objective for engaging in alternative modes of transportation is to reduce transport costs by replacing airlifts and airdrops, which accounts for a substantial share of its overall operations budget.
WFP’s Global Fleet Unit has been assessing innovative solutions to ensure the operational continuation of goods deliveries by WFP’s truck fleet under complex conditions. Due to poor infrastructure, tough terrain and flooded roads, WFP often relies on airdrops and airlifts during rainy season. Transporting goods by air, however, results in both extensive costs and significantly higher environmental impact compared to overland transportation. Often, it’s the “last-mile” that poses the most difficulties for road transportation and eventually leaves no other option than to use aircrafts to deliver food commodities.
SHERP, an all-terrain vehicle, has outstanding, unparalleled off-road performance, excellent maneuverability, simple engineering and the ability to float and pass any terrain, including swamps and climbing obstacles up to one meter.
The trial operations showed that the SHERP allowed WFP to reach its destinations at a fraction of the cost of air transportation: A 75% reduction in cost resulted in effective savings of USD 1.7m in 5 weeks. The use of the SHERP also positively impacts the effectiveness of WFP’s food transport operations as they allow them to reach locations irrespective of the seasonal and weather conditions.