Canada-based armored truck designer and manufacturer Cambli launched its Thunder 2 tactical armored vehicle on Monday, the company announced in a press release.
Cambli optimized the vehicle for use in the desert conditions found in the Middle East and Africa.
The company claims that growing security concerns throughout the world necessitated the creation of the Thunder 2. Furthermore, the company believes that the sale of the vehicle could benefit Canada’s economy. The movement of the vehicle is also in line with the export strategies of Canada and Quebec, the province in which Cambli is located.
Cambli produces armored vehicles used for transporting valuables and tactical vehicles typically used by police entering potentially dangerous conflicts despite only employing 140 people. The company also develops trucks that transport beverages.
Cambli’s President Véronique Tougas said the company hopes that the unveiling of the Thunder 2 will enhance the amount of customers it services throughout the world. The company will begin the process of wooing potential patrons by the end of November.
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