Inkas Launches SWAT Series APCs

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Inkas Launches SWAT Series APCs
Inkas Launches SWAT Series APCs

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 14 October 2019, (AETOSWire): Based on the high demand for non-military armored vehicles by international SWAT units, Mr. Ulugbekhon Maksumov, CEO of Inkas Vehicles LLC made a decision to contribute to the law enforcement sector on rescue missions.  This decision supports the INKAS mission of “saving lives” through the development, assembling and armoring vehicles.

Therefore, Inkas’ CEO has insisted that our resident engineers revisit TITAN-DS design and fashion a customized SWAT version of it, to meet the requirements set out by SWAT teams. Moreover, existing collaborations with multiple law enforcement agencies encouraged INKAS, a Dubai-based armored vehicles manufacturer, to invest in launching a series of brand new models, which are currently undergoing the process of design and testing. “We have expanded the facilities up to 157,000 sq. ft. in order to be able to accommodate and segregate the production process of Armored Rescue Vehicles. Next year the newly branded SWAT series of cars will be placed on the market and, frankly, we are extremely excited about this fact”, – says Mr. Maksumov.

The SWAT version of TITAN-DS will be showcased in November at the World Security Forum in Abu Dhabi and at the Dubai International Motor Show.

Inkas Vehicles LLC is a worldwide leader in the production of top-of-the-line armored vehicles, certified as per international standards and based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, since 2012. Wide range of tailor-made products includes luxury armored SUVs, armored sedans, armored buses, foremost APCs, Cash-in-Transit vehicles and a range of Special Purpose vehicles, used by governments, national militaries, private securities, VIPs, and international organizations.

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