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EDEX 2018: IMUT says new MRAP close to Egyptian order

07 December 2018

The International Marathon United Technology Group (IMUT), an Egyptian company, displayed two 4×4 armoured vehicles during the EDEX show held in Cairo from 3 to 5 December.

The ST-100 MRAP on display at EDEX. (Mohammed Najib)The ST-100 MRAP on display at EDEX. (Mohammed Najib)

IMUT President Michel Knight told Jane's that the Egyptian Armed Forces has shown serious interest in the larger of the two, the ST-100 mine-resistant ambush-protected (MRAP) vehicle, saying it has requested modifications before ordering it. He said he expects a contract to be signed very soon.

Reham Fahmi, IMUT vice-president for strategic alliances, said the MRAP has already passed extensive protection tests carried out by the Egyptian Armed Forces.

The IMUT specification sheet lists the vehicle as having a curb weight of 14,500 kg and a payload of 3,500 kg. It is powered by a 450hp Cummins engine. Another specification sheet released by the Egyptian Tank Plant said the vehicle has four-wheel steering, anti-lock braking, and automatic fire suppression systems. It has STANAG Level 4 protection at the front and underneath, with Level 3 on its sides and roof.

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