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South-African company LMT awarded new contracts for its LM5 armoured vehicles
LMT (Land Mobility Technologies), a subsidiary of the South African company Denel Land Systems, signed contracts for supplying its LM5 armoured vehicles for two African countries. That was reported by the website defenceweb.co.za.
     
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The LMT LM5 Vehicle (Photo LMT)
     
According to Johan Steyn, Acting CEO of LMT, the contracts were signed in the current financial year. Due to the terms of the contracts, he could not disclose who the customers are, but said they are both in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region.

The LM5 was designed and developed as an Armoured Personnel Carrier that can accommodate up to 8 passengers. This vehicle is available in diesel V8 or petrol V8 variants.

The LM5 has been developed for different kind of missions, border patrol or convoy security with protection up to STANAG level III. The torque sensing center differential, combined with a powerful twin-turbo V8 diesel engine, allow the vehicle to traverse over almost any terrain with ease. There are five entry/exit points located on the vehicle sides and rear, plus an emergency roof escape hatch. The roof escape hatch can be outfitted with a 360° rotational turret with various gun mounts.

LMT offers Integrated Logistic-and Field Service support to ensure ultimate client satisfaction and ensuring optimum availability and reliability.
 

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