United Arab Emirates Ministry of Interior acquires 200 NIMR high mobility tactical vehicles 2903126

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Defense News - United Arab Emirates

 
 
Thursday, March 29, 2012, 09:11 AM
 
United Arab Emirates Ministry of Interior acquires 200 NIMR high mobility tactical vehicles.

The United Arab Emirates Ministry of Interior signed a contract with Tawazun Holding, to acquire 200 high mobility tactical NIMR vehicles at the fringe of International Security and National Resilience Exhibition and Conference (ISNR 2012) being staged at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. The deal strengthens confidence in local products which match in their specifications those of major international manufacturers.

     
The United Arab Emirates Ministry of Interior signed a contract with Tawazun Holding, to acquire 200 high mobility tactical NIMR vehicles at the fringe of International Security and National Resilience Exhibition and Conference (ISNR 2012) being staged at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. The deal strengthens confidence in local products which match in their specifications those of major international manufacturers.
NIMR 2 armoured personnel carrier at Defence Exhibition SOFEX in Jordan
(Credit photo Army Recognition)

     

Tawazun Holding is a strategic investment firm focused on the long-term development of Abu Dhabi's industrial manufacturing and technology capabilities and knowledge-transfer with a specific focus on the defense sector.

Established in 2007 as a fully owned subsidiary of Offset Program Bureau, Tawazun Holding's mission is to develop profitable ventures through industrial partnerships and strategic investments that add to Abu Dhabi's industrial manufacturing layer in the areas of defense, defense manufacturing and manufacturing technology.

Made by Abu Dhabi-based Nimr Automotive, a subsidiary of Tawazun Holding, NIMR multi-purpose vehicles have potential applications ranging from tactical missions in harsh environments such as arid deserts to modern urban warfare, deep infiltration missions, reconnaissance, border surveillance, support logistics and riot control.

NIMR vehicles can be employed in many roles, including as an armament carrier, logistics vehicle, ambulance, mobile Command and Control centre, and as a platform for a wide variety of other uses including conforming to multiple fleet strategies of the armed forces.

 

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