Commercial vehicles manufacturer of the United Kingdom From 1952 to 1959.
Rotinoff Motors Ltd was a British heavy commercial vehicle manufacturer in the 1950s.
George Rotinoff, a Belarusian who immigrated to England in the early 1950s, created the company in 1952 near London. Rotinoff specialised in the manufacture of big transport trucks. The tank tugs of the Swiss Army, which go by the designation Rotinoff Atlantic GR 7, were among the Rotinoff vehicles known in Europe. Battle tanks were employed by the Swiss armoured troops as a vehicle for the Centurion in 1958. Other Rotinoff vehicles were utilised as part of a cattle transport road train in Australia. George Rotinoff died in 1959, the brand name Rotinoff was not used thereafter. Rotinoff vehicles are still in operation around the world and are now collector's items in demand today.
The Rotinoff Super Atlantic the Swiss Army procured in 1958 ten trucks as the Atlantic and Super Atlantic. In 1958, the Swiss Army procured Scheuerle deep bed trailers with a payload carrying capacity of 50 t for the Rotinoff Super Atlantic towing vehicles. These were used for the transport of the tanks 55/57 Centurion Mk. 5 and Mk. 7. Thus, the total weight of the truck reached 104 tons. The Rotinoff Super Atlantic has a Rolls-Royce C8 SFL 8-cylinder series 16.2 litre 333 hp a fuel capacity of 580 liters in two tanks. In addition to the three seats in the cabin, there are two standing places for traffic control outside.
- Rotinoff Atlantic
- Rotinoff Super Atlantic
- Rotinoff Viscount, bovine truck
- Rotinoff Pacific
- Rotinoff Atkinson