Otokar to participate in LAAD 2018
- April 10, 2018
Turkey’s largest private capital defense industry company Otokar will promote its own design and production armoured vehicles and turret systems in the 12th edition of LAAD Defense & Security 2018 in Sao Paolo, Brazil.
During the four-day long event at the Transamerica Expo Center, visitors and prospective clients will be provided with information about Otokar’s range of vehicles with superior mobility, including 4 x 4 to 8 x 8 tactical wheeled and tracked vehicles with different versions, as well as configurations and Otokar-designed turret systems in booth B40.
Stating that over 30,000 military vehicles by Otokar are included in the inventories of more than 50 users across the world, Serdar Görgüç, General Manager of Otokar, said, “Otokar continues to invest in research, development and new technologies to provide fast and optimal response to the expectations and demands from the defense industry. Otokar has been allocating 4% of its revenues to research and development for the last decade. The Otokar R&D center is equipped with simulators, testing equipment and the latest information systems to create and evaluate information. Otokar continues to increase its armored vehicle deliveries in line with user expectations. The success of Otokar’s armored vehicles has always been a reference for new orders. Otokar has also started to stand out in global scale not just for its products with fully-owned intellectual property rights, but also with its know-how, engineering, R&D and technology transfer capabilities.”
Serdar Görgüç underlined that Otokar as a registered NATO and United Nations supplier is ready to manufacture the best vehicles with modern equipment in line with the needs in Latin America, “We have been able to gain significant experience about responding to the needs and expectations of this region through the military vehicles currently serving here. In addition to promoting our broad product range during the exhibition, we will also look for the new opportunities including technology transfer.”