Turkish manufacturer Nurol Machinery has penned the first export deal for its signature heavy armored vehicle, the company announced. The maker of the Ejder Yalcin said in a written statement that the first export contract involves a “North African country.” The company did not name the client country for secrecy clauses in the contract.
Nurol said it closed the deal after a round of recent successful desert tests with the Ejder Yalcin. The contract involves an unspecified number of the vehicle and a comprehensive integrated logistical support package, the company said.
“We must continue to succeed”
“We have won the [export] deal after long efforts and negotiations,” said Engin Aykol, Nurol’s general manager. “What matters now is to win further export contracts.” Akyol Said:
“Ejder Yalçın, a proven armored in the country, will now take important missions abroad. As Nurol Makina, we are proud of this. Of course, it is important for us to maintain this success and export our vehicles to other markets. We will continue to offer unrivaled solutions to security forces with our engineering and R&D capabilities.”