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Otokar Q3 Net Result Swings to Profit Of 102.1 Mln Lira YoY
Otokar To Establish New Company Otokar Central Asia In Kazakhstan
Otokar Q2 Net Result Turns To Profit Of 206.3 Million Lira
Otokar Otomotiv ve Savunma Sanayi AS, formerly Otokar Otobus Karoseri Sanayi AS, is a Turkey-based company engaged in the design, manufacture and sale of commercial, public transportation and military vehicles. Its product range covers such categories, as Buses, comprising Centro C, Navigo C, Vectico C, Kent C, Navigo U, Vectio U, Territo U, Navigo T and Vectio T; Trailers and Semi Trailers, comprising Curtainsider Trailers, Van Type Trailers, Tankers and Car Transporters, among others; Land Rover Defenders, comprising Land Rover Defender 90, 110 and 130, and Armored Vehicles, such as Arma 6x6, Arma 8x8, Armoured Patrol Vehicles, Akrep, Cobra and Kaya, among others. The Company's vehicles are produced in its plant in Arifiye, Sakarya in Turkey, and are exported to around 60 countries globally. It is a member of the Koc Group of Companies.
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Aydinevler Mah. Saygi Cad. No:58 Maltepe
Yildirim Ali Koc
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Ahmet Serdar Gorguc
General Manager, Executive Board Member
Assistant General Manager - Finance
Hasan Basri Akgul
Assistant General Manager - Domestic Sales & Marketing
Ugur Sedef Vehbi
Assistant General Manager - Military Vehicles Sales and Marketing
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Turkey signed an agreement on Friday with military vehicle producer BMC for the mass production of the Turkish-designed Altay battle tank, part of the country's efforts to expand its defense industry.
The door remains open for international engine-makers to get involved in Turkey's TF-X national fighter jet project, Turkish Defence Industry Director Ismail Demir said on Thursday.
Turkey's Defence Industry Undersecretary (SSM) on Friday called on five companies to bid on a project to develop its national Altay battle tank's engine.
Turkey expects to receive its first Russian S-400 surface-to-air missiles in 2019, Defence Minister Nurettin Canikli said on Wednesday, the first time Ankara has given a firm timeline for a deal that has alarmed its NATO allies.
Here are news, reports and events that may affect Turkish financial markets on Friday.
Turkish commercial vehicle maker Otokar said on Monday it had signed a technology and licence deal with Iran's OGHAB concerning the export and sale of its Navigo buses.
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