HRC at Dakar Rally 2018
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Official Supplier of the Honda Racing Team at Dakar 2018

The Dakar Rally is one of the world’s most extreme sporting events, where racers trek hundreds of kilometres each day for over 2 weeks. This year marks its 40th edition – from the 6th to the 20th of January, the Rally will spread out across three countries (Perú, Argentina and Bolivia) and 10,000km. The very demanding nature of the race…
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Introducing Our Webinar Series

We develop high-performance products for people who work in the most demanding sectors – and we often find that as our solutions evolve in line with industry needs, it can be difficult to keep up. So to support on that front, we’re introducing a series of free, regular webinars, aimed at those who would like to learn more about our…
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Peli with Science – Get Science Further with Peli Products!

Involve Peli Products in your scientific project Aware of the importance of Research Projects, Scientific Missions and other Science-related daily professions, Peli Products will get involved and support five scientific projects, expeditions or professional groups with products that can be relied on to carry the most appreciated or critical valuables, even in the most extreme situations. Tell us about your…
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Peli Sails to the South Georgia Islands (2/2)

“Without question, the product we used most during the voyage, and have been using for many years now, were our Peli 1500 Cases. Tough, compact and easy to use, they guarantee the safety of the most sensitive equipment working under the most difficult conditions. For seven weeks, we were relentlessly bombarded by rain, snow, wind, waves and cold without our…
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Peli Sails to the South Georgia Islands (1/2)

“One thing we were certain of was that PELI products were our best bet for an expedition like the one we undertook to the South Georgia Islands. For nearly two months we endured extreme conditions, both aboard a sailboat that barely reached 20 metres, in which we crossed the most treacherous sea in the world, and on South Georgia Island,…
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