An informative video feature by Funker Tactical giving us an inside look at the armored vehicle industry.
The Pentagon opted to give away about 13,000 used armored trucks earlier this year – for free! – because it thought that they have finally outlived their original purpose. Image Source: freepatriot.org “There’s no more opportunity in holding on to what you don’t think you’ll need for the future,” Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisitions, […]Armored Trucks, Used Armored Trucks
Despite European budget cuts, the ending of the Afghan war, and the advent of sequestration in the US that led to a drop in armored vehicle demand, US-based market research firm, MarketsandMarkets, released a report that tells of an expected boost in the procurement of armored vehicles in the next 10 years. According to the […]armored vehicle, armored vehicle market
Today’s related post on armored vehicles comes from Michael Walker’s article of The Hollywood Reporter, where he wrote about Hollywood’s new-found love of armored cars. The piece made mention of a couple security service companies like IMS Security and Latvia’s Dartz Motorz Co. If you ask the average person out on the street to name […]armored truck, armored vehicle
In April of 2005, A.T. Kearney released a report about the armored vehicle market. The report showed that the global demand for armored vehicle in the year prior was estimated at 36,000 vehicles, which translates to $1.1 billion. The armored vehicle was defined into three separate categories; passenger vehicle, Cash-in-Transit, and military vehicle. Out of […]armored vehicle, armored vehicle market