ABU DHABI, 3rd Nov 2015 – NIMR, the military vehicle manufacturer based in the UAE, today announces a new phase in the company’s growth and development plans with the launch of its award-winning, combat-proven military vehicles into the Asian market.
NIMR offers three elite classes of ultra-capable tactical and utility military vehicles, the AJBAN, HAFEET and N35, which are purpose-built with design flexibility to address a diverse range of payloads and mission requirements. The 4×4 and 6×6 variants are battle-tested, demonstrating superior durability in even the harshest and most rugged of environments. Both variants are available in armoured or non-armoured configurations, with modular configurable crew capacity and payload, where protection and mobility is the focus of design.
NIMR is a subsidiary of Emirates Defence Industries Company (EDIC), the UAE’s integrated defence manufacturing and services platform.
“NIMR’s expansion of our sales footprint into Asia is a new exciting chapter in our history, our modular vehicles are perfectly suited to the challenging terrain and environment in the region and will provide Armed Forces across the region with a leading-edge in capabilities to handle a wide range of mission requirements.” said Dr. Fahad Saif Harhara, CEO of NIMR.
NIMR’s multi-purpose vehicles have an extensive array of applications ranging from tactical missions in harsh, arid environments to modern urban warfare, deep infiltration missions, reconnaissance, border surveillance, support logistics and riot control. NIMR vehicles can be employed in different situational scenarios, including as armament carriers, logistics vehicles, ambulances, or as mobile Command and Control centres.
NIMR also provides full lifecycle management including Integrated Logistic Support (ILS), maintenance, repair, technical support and spares capability to manage the entire fleet and variants deployed in territory.
In September 2015 NIMR launched a new design in the N35 Class, a Multi-Role Protected Vehicle in 4×4 and 6×6 variants, preceded in February 2015 with the launch of an open-top 4×4 reconnaissance vehicle, the AJBAN SOV.