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From Sakarya to the world: Turkish Armor

Otokar's general manager Serdar Gorguc explains that they're constantly striving to increase their product portfolio with cutting-edge, capable vehicles that don't only meet today's requirements, but can take on the challenges of tomorrow as well.

Otokar’s general manager Serdar Gorguc explains that they’re constantly striving to increase their product portfolio with cutting-edge, capable vehicles that don’t only meet today’s requirements, but can take on the challenges of tomorrow as well.

Located in the small town of Arifiye, Sakarya is a modern factory with huge expectations from the future that has just recently celebrated its 50th birthday. Engineered and produced locally, the Cobra armored vehicle produced by this factory is now in use by 19 countries and the UN. Of course, we’re talking about a rising Turkish pride, Otokar! Developer of the Turkish main battle tank Altay and a growing family of other armored vehicles for the Turkish and allied armed forces.

Otokar’s general manager Serdar Gorguc explains that they’re constantly striving to increase their product portfolio with cutting-edge, capable vehicles that don’t only meet today’s requirements, but can take on the challenges of tomorrow as well.

Gorguc gave Ural, it’s lightest armored vehicle to date, as an example. “Ural is used by the police force. Even though it’s a very new vehicle, the contract for production was promptly signed.”

All this clearly shows the growing worldwide prestige and reliability of Otokar’s product line.

“We have high expectations from the Ural internationally as well. It is a high performance, multifunctional vehicle designed to tackle an array of missions” said Gorguc.

He said that the Cobra vehicle has become an icon of its own throughout the world, even in use by the UN peace forces in various African countries.

Why is cobra so successful? Because it provides best in class protection to its occupants at a cheaper price tag than its competitors. It’s not rocket science, it’s armor science.

Turkey’s national pride: The Altay

“Turkey has gained important international recognition with the Altay project,” Gorguc said.

“Very few countries are capable of designing and manufacturing their own …read more

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