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Arquus to present its latest armored vehicles at Eurosatory 2018

 Arquus, European specialist of medium and light wheeled armored vehicles is to present a new version of its latest armored vehicles at Eurosatory 2018 exhibition in Parish. 

A major player in Project Scorpion, Arquus offers, in France and internationally, agile protected vehicles, tested under fire in all theatres of operations. It offers governments complete land-based systems, backed by worldwide support and service centers.

According to the company, thanks to this presence, Arquus have developed a product and service portfolio: systems supplier, integrator and full maintenance provider, remote-controlled turrets with proprietary vetronics and mobility chain support.

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Arquus offers a complete, unique range of products and services, providing solutions for all operator needs. The company works with a panel of carefully selected partners to meet its objectives.

More: France to upgrade 200 Leclerc main battle tanks by 2028

Arquus will present its new innovations at Eurosatory, Stand F267, Hall 5A.

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