INKAS announced that its subsidiary INKAS Israel commences full-scale operations in the Middle East by acquiring two Israeli special purpose tactical vehicles manufacturers.
In addition to armoring services, INKAS Israel offers advanced technological solutions for special purpose vehicle modifications and conversions utilizing high quality certified materials and unique know-how. Its wide product range consists of luxury SUVs and sedans, special purpose vehicles, cast-in- transit vans and executive limousines. INKAS Israel products are certified by internationally recognized laboratories, including those located in Canada and the United States, the company said in a statement Tuesday.
“We aim to develop long terms partnerships with the stakeholders and become a primary supplier of integrated defense solutions to the government authorities of Israel. We view Israel as a strategic partner, and we believe that our engineering and technological support from the headquarters in Canada will allow our subsidiary in Israel to deliver innovative and cost-effective solutions for both law enforcement and civilian vehicle applications at competitive rates and in a timely manner,” said David Khazanski, President, INKAS Group of Companies.
INKAS intends to evolve INKAS Israel to the next level by investing significant resources into growing of its technological base and production capacities. Being headquartered in Canada, INKAS Israel has access to Research and Development center, testing range, extensive engineering resources, and broad international experience in the security industry.
A new enterprise with its extensive experience in modifications of special purpose vehicles will further enhance INKAS positions in the industry as well as bring the company closer to its customers in the region.
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