Turkish Company Otokar has signed first contract 2012 UN missions armoured vehicles Cobra 0901122

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Defense Industry News - Otokar

 
 
Monday, January 9, 2012, 12:38 AM
 
Turkish Company Otokar has signed first contract 2012 for UN missions armoured vehicles Cobra.

Otokar, a leading Turkish vehicle manufacturer also active in the defense industry, has signed its first $12.5 million deal for 2012. However, the statement did not disclose to which country the vehicles would be delivered.

     
Otokar, a leading Turkish vehicle manufacturer also active in the defense industry, has signed its first $12.5 million deal for 2012. However, the statement did not disclose to which country the vehicles would be delivered.
Cobra Otokar wheeled armoured vehicle personnel carrier
     

The Turkish company Otokar will export the Cobra 4x4 model armored vehicles and various parts to be used by the United Nations security forces, according the company press release. Otokar expects to deliver these items in the first quarter of 2012.

“Otokar’s Cobra 4x4 model continues to represent Turkey’s defense industry in the best possible way. The Cobra is considered one of the world’s most successful and well known armored defense vehicles. It is in its own class,” said Serdar Görgüç, Otokar’s General Manager.

He is proud of the vehicle’s reputation, especially considering it was 100 percent locally produced by local engineers and workers, he added.

The Cobra’s design makes it especially effective in protecting against mine and bomb explosions.

The Cobra 4x4 is particularly adventegeous in narrow in arrow sites due to its dimensions, the company said.

 

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