New AZCAN APCs Presented to the Head of the Diplomatic Mission of Azerbaijan in Canada

Chargé d’Affaires of the Embassy of Azerbaijan, the head of the diplomatic mission of Azerbaijan in Canada, Mr. Ramil Huseynli visited AZCAN’s manufacturing facilities in Toronto, Canada. The visit coincided with the procurement of new armored vehicles to Azerbaijan. During the visit, a new fleet of AZCAN armored personnel carriers (APCs) was demonstrated to the delegation. The guests also had a chance to witness the facility’s superior technical abilities and production capacity.

“Azerbaijan is a unique country due to its geographical position and enormous technological potential. In the coming years, we plan to build a local “platform” in Azerbaijan in order to start producing armored cars suited to the needs of the state as well as export-oriented vehicles. The support of the diplomatic mission representatives is extremely important to us, especially at the initial stages of the defence-related cooperation between Canada and Azerbaijan,” – said David Khazanski, CEO, AZCAN.

The vehicles presented to Mr. Huseynli were manufactured specifically for the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Azerbaijan and other law enforcement agencies. They are engineered to provide the utmost level of protection to their operators and passengers as well as meet the highest international standards as a result of their first-class assembly, certified armor and modern electronic components.

In addition, AZCAN also presented vehicles that would be displayed at the 2nd annual Azerbaijan International Defence Exhibition ADEX (September 27-30, Baku). Being the first Azerbaijani-Canadian manufacturer of armored vehicles, AZCAN will be one of the show’s key participants. At the event, the company will introduce a new lineup of multipurpose armored vehicles, including personnel carriers, command control units and special purpose vehicles.

Mr. Huseynli fully endorsed the initiative and expressed his appreciation for the quality of the cars that will shortly join Azerbaijani law enforcement agency fleets.