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Otokar to present COBRA and ARMA at Thailand Defence - Security 2013

​​​​​​Otokar, the biggest privately owned company of Turkish defence industry, presents models of its worldwide known armoured tactical vehicles COBRA and ARMA 8x8 at the Defence & Security 2013 exhibition in Thailand, between 4th and 7th November.

Otokar, celebrating its 50th anniversary, participates in the Thailand Defence & Security 2013 in Bangkok, between 4th and 7th November.

At the exhibition, Otokar presents models of its worldwide known armoured vehicles COBRA with KESKIN remote controlled weapon station and ARMA 8x8 infantry fighting vehicle with MIZRAK 30mm remote controlled weapon station.

Highlighting the success of Otokar in international markets General Manager Mr. Serdar Gorguc said: "Otokar is one of the main suppliers of Turkish Armed Forces, NATO Member Armies and Allied Forces. We have delivered over 25 thousand military vehicles to nearly 40 different users in around 30 countries. In addition to these activities, we are happy to evaluate cooperation opportunities in local development and manufacturing of Otokar vehicles in different parts of the world which including Southeast Asia."

Otokar tactical armoured vehicles are operating under many different geographical and extreme climate conditions in the world and their combat capabilities are proven in the real combat situations in high risk areas.Today, Otokar military vehicles are globally deployed in various operations under UN and NATO flags.

Otokar provides the modern armies with state-of-the-art tactical vehicles in different configurations through its product spectrum that covers the full range of armoured vehicles from 4 tons up to main battle tanks.

Otokar is also the prime contractor for Turkey's largest land systems programme: Altay Turkish National Main Battle Tank Project. Altay project requires the design, development, production, test and qualification of a platform that will meet the technical and tactical requirements of the Turkish Land Forces Command.

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