Kazakhstan Paramount Engineering (KPE), the three way partnership between the worldwide aerospace and know-how enterprise, Paramount Group and one among Kazakhstan’s main defence and engineering firms, Kazpetromash, has introduced its newest supply of Arlan 4×4 armoured private carriers (APCs) to the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Kazakhstan, in accordance with that nation’s State Defence Order. Kazakhstan Paramount Engineering has for over the previous 4 years delivered a number of batches of the Arlan APC to the Armed Forces of Kazakhstan, the place they’ve since been in operation. The automobile is famend for its adaptability to the varied situations of Kazakhstan and the higher Commonwealth of Impartial States (CIS), with options together with pre-ignition engine heating and a dynamic temperature management system that may carry personnel safely and comfortably in winter situations (as little as – 50 levels Celsius) and summer season temperatures (as much as 50 levels Celsius).

John Craig, Government Chairman of Paramount Land Methods, acknowledged that, “The COVID-19 pandemic and significantly, its direct ramifications to international provide chains has underscored the essential impetus behind governments honing their home-grown capabilities and emboldening their defence industrial complexes to stay resilient within the face of often-fluctuating circumstances and their exogenous aftershocks. In 2022, sustaining safety of provide within the defence enviornment might be a key precedence for governments throughout the globe. Accordingly, the profitable supply of this newest fleet of Arlans to the shopper emblemizes not solely our legacy of delivering extremely customised options on time and on funds, but in addition our companions’ pragmatic function in mitigating the influence of world threats. KPE is certainly a strategic cornerstone of Kazakhstan’s technological prowess”.


The Arlan, the winterised variant of Paramount Group’s Marauder, is a mine-resistant armoured platform (MRAP) designed to function in excessive environments to fulfill the ever-growing array of mission necessities undertaken by Kazakhstan’s Armed Forces, equivalent to fast response power operations, infantry fireplace help or long-range border patrol. The Arlan armoured autos are all regionally manufactured (comprising as much as 70% native content material) on the 15,000m2 KPE armoured automobile manufacturing facility in Nursultan, one of many largest and most trendy armoured automobile factories within the area. Over two-hundred Kazakhstanis are presently employed by Kazakhstan Paramount Engineering (KPE), offering trendy gear for Kazakhstan’s Particular Operations Forces and its Ministry of Protection. The amenities function a middle for excellence and high-skills employment, with the capability to supply lots of of armored autos per yr.

The interoperable automobile, accommodating two crew members and as much as seven troops, is additional outfitted with a nuclear, organic and chemical safety system (NBC) which might handle the challenges of radiation mud unfold, gasoline and/or organic assaults, together with a mechanical 12,7 mm turret. The Arlan can carry additional gas tanks, water and extra fight provides, with elective add-ons together with nevertheless not restricted to a Winterisation Equipment and Central Tyre Inflation System (CTIS), alongside varied weapon and fireplace suppression techniques. The indigenously produced Arlan can stand up to the particles and dissipating vitality of explosions, its double-skin spaced armour offering excellent safety (together with blast safety of STANAG 4569 Degree 3a & 3b, stopping energy in opposition to a 50kg TNT facet blast, defending in opposition to roadside bombs and IEDs, and with 8kg blast safety beneath the hull) whereas reaching a velocity of as much as 120km/hr for a variety of 700km. Along with the Arlan’s superior protections and sturdiness, with a kerb weight of 13,500 kg and providing as much as a 4,500kg payload, the extremely versatile APC can ford at 1.2m and is able to climbing gradients of 60% and facet slopes of 35%.