Press Releases


05 November 2014

Protected vehicle manufacturer expanding its worldwide maintenance and support service from delivery to disposal.

Jankel is excited to be formally launching its complete Through Life Support (TLS) service at Aidex 2014. As a leading provider of protected vehicles to the United Nations, Emergency Aid Workers and other NGOs across the world, Jankel particularly understands the demands on vehicles in hostile environments and this new enhanced support service has been created to optimise vehicle availability and service life.

Jankel is proud to be focussing our efforts to provide such a service, maintaining any make or model through a worldwide network of approved repairers and mobile workshops. Jankel’s growing TLS team is able to assist with warranties, spare parts, vehicle refurbishment and even storage. The service goes as far as setting up workshops, supplying staff, offering bespoke training and, at the end of the vehicle’s life, safe and secure disposal.

This superior service completes Jankel’s offering as a first class protected vehicle manufacturer, striving to meet each fleet manager’s exacting needs.

Daniel Crosby, Jankel’s Commercial Director, had this to say about the service, "Being able to support our customers beyond delivery is crucial. Our TLS team are providing the level of service that has been missing in this market, and I’m really pleased to be receiving customer feedback that Jankel are leading the way in armoured vehicle support and innovation."

Jankel will be at Aidex 2014, Brussels 12-13 November ( Visit Jankel on stand E49 to find out more about our TLS service, and how Jankel are supporting humanitarian effort through-out the world with class leading Hot-Formed Land Cruiser 200 and other protection solutions.


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