To recover disabled vehicles and lift loads during maintenance work, the Maintenance Corps relies on various pieces of equipment, including the Bergepanzer 2 and Bergepanzer 3 Büffel armoured recovery vehicles as well as its light and medium mobile cranes. These mobile cranes are also used by the Supply Corps for the transshipment of heavy supplies.
To transport heavy vehicles, such as the Marder infantry fighting vehicle, Army logistics relies on the heavy equipment transporter, or HET. In addition to several variants of mostly all-terrain vehicles, logistics personnel employ the 15-tonne MULTI transporter for supply and transport. The MULTI system (short for Mechanisierte Umschlag-, Lager- und Transportintegration, or mechanised transshipment, storage and transport integration) is a demountable rack offload and pickup system with which supplies, especially ammunition, can be rapidly provided to the force. The supplies are carried on demountable cargo beds, or flat racks, which can be quickly dropped and exchanged for empty flat racks once the vehicle has reached its destination.
Bundeswehr personnel deployed on operations abroad face a wide range of threats, which is why Army logistics also employ protected transport and command vehicles. One such asset is the Dingo all-protected carrier vehicle.