|Tech Base||Non-Tournment Legal|
|Engine||Defiance 210 HydroCell|
|Top Speed||54 km/h|
|Armor||Nashan LD (Commercial)|
|Communications System||Doering Hi-Def Mk II|
|Equipment|| 2 x List Hoists |
Created by N&D WorkMechs of Furillo, the Quad legged Uni CargoMech was introduced in 3050. The 'Mech's design owes its development to N&D's earlier creation, the 80 ton Lugger SalvageMech. By 3068, it represents the standard industrial-grade CargoMech used in the Inner Sphere.
The Uni name is an abbreviation for "Universal".
The Uni is powered by Defiance Motors's fuel cell engine, which allows the 'Mech to carry up to 17 tons of cargo. The 'Mech features two lift hoists mounted on both rear torsos. This allows the 'Mech to drag battlefield salvage when necessary.
The chassis is encased with nine tons of commercial armor, which is also environmentally sealed to allow be used in hostile environments.
- No official variant designs have been released. However, development notes suggest that due to the CargoMech competition that N&D looking to created an enhanced myomer or Industrial TSM version of the 'Mech.
- ATAE-70M Uni MilitiaMech - This version of the Uni was created to meet a request from the Donegal March Militia in 3053. The Uni MilitiaMech carried a pair of Autocannon/5s and SRM-4 launchers. A single ton of ammunition was provided for each weapon type, and an extra heat sink kept the heat under control. The MilitiaMech was intended for use as a battlefield support unit rather than direct combat. It was widely exported to the Donegal March and the Periphery March before the FedCom Civil War. Its most notable action was on Bucklands during the Jade Falcon Incursion. The Jade Falcon warriors quickly destroyed these 'Mechs because they continued to use Commercial Armor. BV (2.0) = 736
 Design Quirks
The ATAE-70 Uni has the following design quirks:
- Easy to Maintain
- Rumble Seat
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Technical Readout: Vehicle Annex, p. 210, "Uni 'Mech Profile"
- ↑ Technical Readout: Vehicle Annex Revised, p. 228
- ↑ Operational Turning Points: Falcon Incursion, p. 30
- ↑ Technical Readout: Vehicle Annex Revised, p. 222