The defense company Katmerciler, which won the tender from Kenya’s Defense Ministry for the procurement of armored vehicles, has signed a USD 91.4m worth contract to export armored vehicles to the African country, according to a statement. The contract includes 118 units of Hizir armored vehicles along with spare parts and maintenance tools. The delivery of vehicles will begin in 2022 and will be completed in 2023. The contract is Katmerciler’s largest single export deal. The tactical, wheeled armored 4×4 vehicle is actively used in the country’s operations carried out at home and abroad. “Our aim is to contribute to our country’s exports, and to move forward confidently on the path of stable, sustainable, healthy and profitable growth with the support of our export successes,” said Furkan Katmerci, Executive Officer of Katmerciler.
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KATMERCILER TO EXPORT USD 91.4M ARMORED VEHICLE TO KENYA
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