Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Nurol Machinery from Turkey won first export contract for its Ejder Yalcin armored combat vehicles

Turkish company Nurol Makina has won its first export contract for its Ejder Yalcin 4×4 armored combat vehicles.

According to company, the first export contract involves a “North African country.” The company did not name the client country for secrecy clauses in the contract.

EJDER YALÇIN is an 4×4 armored combat vehicle that has high protection and mobility, is developed to meet the operational requirements of military units and security forces in every region including rural and urban areas.

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EJDER YALÇIN 4×4 has proven itself in the operational areas and it offers special solutions to the different operational requirements of users with customizations such as; Border Surveillance and Security Vehicle, Air Defence Vehicle, Reconnaissance Vehicle, Command and Control Vehicle, Mine/IED Detection-Clearence Vehicle, Combat Vehicle, Personnel Carrier, CBRN Surveillance Vehicle, Tactical Missile Carriage/Launch System and Armored Ambulance.

Nurol Makina, a four-wheel drive tactical armored vehicles specialist, has sold more than 250 units of the Ejder Yalcin. Total orders have exceeded 500 units.

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