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JANKEL EXPANDS VEHICLE FLEET

31 March 2014

Armoured Vehicle Manufacturer Celebrates First Hunter MK II off production line

Weybridge, Surrey: Jankel is pleased to announce delivery of the first Hunter MK II off its production line. This versatile Armoured Personnel Vehicle is based upon a Jankel enhanced commercial chassis, offering eight crew high levels of ballistic and blast protection for this highly manoeuvrable class of vehicle. This vehicle was also complimented with a light weight Vehicle Bourne Assault System (VBAS)
for counter terrorist missions.


Staff were not able to view the vehicle for long, as soon as final checks were completed it was flown out of the UK for an urgent operational role.

Jankel, who has facilities in the UK, US and Jordan provide lifesaving protection solutions for people working in dangerous conditions all over the world. Their capabilities range from lightweight military and security platforms to blast mitigating seats.

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NOTE TO EDITORS:
Jankel is a family-owned company founded in the UK 58 years ago by Robert Jankel. The armoured vehicle specialist has
an international presence with facilities in the UK, US and Jordan.

With decades of experience researching and developing forward thinking products, Jankel protect and save the lives of
people operating in dangerous and challenging situations. Well known for delivering true innovation, the company’s
diverse heritage in commercial, VIP, Government and Military markets means they are best placed to respond to customer
requests for innovative solutions.

Mike Mullen, MD is available for interviews.
FOR MORE INFORMATION AND INTERVIEWS:
Louise Pini
louise@jankel.com
Tel: +44 (0) 1932 857766
Mob: +44 (0) 7949 519688
Website: http://www.jankel.com



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