Ukraine automotive company AvtoKrAZ signed a three-year contract for the supply of KrAZ heavy-duty vehicles and spares for the needs of the United States Army Contracting Command (ACC). The agreement has been assigned by US21 Inc. (Fairfax, Virginia, USA) which regularly supplies the Government, the Department of Defense and other US government agencies. The fleet will consist of vehicles with 4×4 wheel formula including on-board and non-board cars as well as tankers for transporting water and fuel.
AvtoKrAZ holding company is an automaker founded in Kremenchug, Ukraine. It is known in more than 60 countries for its powerful and reliable heavy-duty vehicles, which are simple to operate and have been extensively tested on a variety of roads. The vehicles are developed considering the requirements of military vehicles’ multi-functionality. Owing to their high technical capabilities, KrAZ heavy-duty military vehicles are used by many armies around the world. Scores of special military equipment products are mounted on KrAZ chassis.
KrAZ vehicles are equipped with diesel engines from the Yaroslavl motor plant (Russia), with power of 240hp to 400hp. At a customer’s request, vehicles can be equipped with the engines of leading foreign manufacturers, such as Deutz, Cummins or Volvo. The range of KrAZ vehicles includes 25 base models and more than 150 modifications of two, three and four-axle vehicles with 4×4, 6×4, 6×6, 8×4 and 8×6 wheel arrangements. They are intended for public-order control, peace-support missions and other military functions.
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