Countries that purchased Carmor’s Products:

Ethiopia

Israel

North Macedonia

Romania

Main Products:

Hurricane

Mantis

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Carmor Integrated Vehicle Solutions

 

Carmor (formerly: Hatehof) is an Israeli company, based in the Ziporit industrial park, Nazareth Ilit. Founded in 1947, Carmor is a manufacturer and developer of specialized military and civilian vehicles. The company manufactures armored vehicles, riot control vehicles, tankers, aircraft refuelers, firefighting trucks and military trailers for the transport of tanks. Carmor currently has around 100 employees and provides the required services in-house, such as the design, manufacture, assembly, inspection, professional literature, and cataloging.

In 2001, Carmor signed a deal to supply airplane and helicopter refuelers to the Turkish Army. The contract was worth some NIS 28 million.

In 2015 the Revenue of Carmor was NIS 244.7 million. Carmor’s parent company is Brand Industries Ltd (Kedma Capital owns 70% of Brand).[1]

Carmor is a major supplier to the Israeli army and police. It supplied riot control vehicles for the Israeli Police.[2] During the Second Intifada, Carmor (formerly Hatehof), Rafael ِAdvanced Defense Systems and the Israeli army, jointly developed the  Wolf  (Zeev in Hebrew), a 4×4 wheeled armored personal carrier for urban warfare. The Wolf has been operational in the Israeli Army since 20051 and has become one of the main vehicles in use by the Israeli army in the occupied Palestinian territory.

In 2018, Carmor unveiled a new lightweight tactical vehicle observer, called Mantis. The Mantis vehicles come in four variations that are customized to seat anywhere from three to more than eight riders.[3]

1. ^ https://www.kedma-capital.com/project7/

2. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20160129205325/http://www.carmor.co.il/hatehof-completed-first-delivery-next-generation-rcv-israeli-police/

3. ^ https://www.militarytimes.com/off-duty/gearscout/2018/06/06/israeli-defense-firm-unveils-souped-up-combat-atv/

Carmor Integrated Vehicle Solutions

Carmor (formerly: Hatehof) is an Israeli company, based in the Ziporit industrial park, Nazareth Ilit. Founded in 1947, Carmor is a manufacturer and developer of specialized military and civilian vehicles. The company manufactures armored vehicles, riot control vehicles, tankers, aircraft refuelers, firefighting trucks and military trailers for the transport of tanks. Carmor currently has around 100 employees and provides the required services in-house, such as the design, manufacture, assembly, inspection, professional literature, and cataloging.

In 2001, Carmor signed a deal to supply airplane and helicopter refuelers to the Turkish Army. The contract was worth some NIS 28 million.

In 2015 the Revenue of Carmor was NIS 244.7 million. Carmor’s parent company is Brand Industries Ltd (Kedma Capital owns 70% of Brand).[1]

Carmor is a major supplier to the Israeli army and police. It supplied riot control vehicles for the Israeli Police.[2] During the Second Intifada, Carmor (formerly Hatehof), Rafael ِAdvanced Defense Systems and the Israeli army, jointly developed the  Wolf  (Zeev in Hebrew), a 4×4 wheeled armored personal carrier for urban warfare. The Wolf has been operational in the Israeli Army since 20051 and has become one of the main vehicles in use by the Israeli army in the occupied Palestinian territory.

In 2018, Carmor unveiled a new lightweight tactical vehicle observer, called Mantis. The Mantis vehicles come in four variations that are customized to seat anywhere from three to more than eight riders.[3]