Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Duro Dakovic signed a contract on production Patria AMV in the amount of 26 million euros

Duro Dakovic Special Vehicles d.d. ( is a Croatian metal mechanical engineering group based in Slavonski Brod, Croatia), a company in the Group Djuro Djakovic the Finnish client Patria Land Systems, a company in the Group Patria signed a contract on production and delivery of armored vehicles Patria AMV 8 × 8 in the amount of 26 million euros for the third markets.

Patria and Duro Dakovic so far have successfully collaborated on the production and delivery of armored vehicles for the Croatian Ministry of Defence when the Duro Dakovic Special Vehicles produced combat vehicles for the Croatian Army, while Patria ensure all the necessary technology. Work for the Croatian army has created the basis for taking the third market after which he signed the Framework Agreement on cooperation of the two companies in a joint appearance on third markets for the sale of armored combat vehicles.

“This is the first export project in the defense industry for Duro Dakovic after nearly 30 years ago when the Duro Dakovic manufacture and deliver M-84 tanks to Kuwait. This job is the key evidence of the success and vision of collaboration Djure Djakovica and Patrie and I believe only the beginning and future similar projects, “said Tomislav Mazal president and CEO at Duro Dakovic Holding


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