Nurol Makina’s First Export to North Africa – Successful Ejder Yalçın Vehicle Gains Attention in New Markets

Date: Issue 73 - April 2017

The first export agreement of the Ejder Yalçın 4x4 Tactical Wheeled Armored Vehicle was signed between the Ministry of Defense of an undeclared North African country and Nurol Makina.  This vehicle has a platform with the highest protection level of its class and with its unique design is able to be effectively operate on any type of terrain.

The award decision was made following the successful completion of the challenging desert tests campaign on the Ejder Yalçın 4x4 during the last few months, with the participation of rivals. The Ejder Yalçın 4x4 Tactical Wheeled Armored Vehicles, within the scope of the order, will be put into the service of the aforementioned country together with a comprehensive integrated logistic support package. The deliveries are scheduled to begin shortly.

Regarding this notable success, Nurol Makina ve Sanayi A.Ş. General Manager Mr. Engin Aykol said: “As a result of our long lasting efforts, we have achieved awarding the first export agreement for the Ejder Yalçın Vehicle. The Ejder Yalçın has proven itself within Turkey and will now assume critical tasks abroad. As Nurol Makina, we take justified pride of this fact. As expected,  the crucial point for us now is to maintain this achievement and to export our vehicles to other markets as well. We will continue to offer unrivaled solutions to the service of security forces and armies at home and abroad through our engineering capabilities and R&D facilities.”

The Ejder Yalçın 4x4 stands out as it provides a high level of protection.  The Ejder Yalçın 4x4, indigenously designed and manufactured by Nurol Makina engineers, has proven its superior protection during the explosion and endurance tests executed firstly in Turkey by an internationally accredited and independent institution. Thanks to its payload capacity, the Ejder Yalçın 4x4 can be mounted with a vital outfit and be manufactured in diversified configurations such as Armored Combat, Command Control, Ambulance, CBRN Reconnaissance, Armored Personnel Carrier, Border Surveillance and Security, Air Defense and Mine/IED Detection and Destruction vehicles.