Thus, New Zealand becomes the next Supacat client country (head office in Britain).
The open architecture of the armored cars delivered to New Zealand allows to satisfy various operational requirements. Moreover, the all-terrain vehicle itself is open in the literal sense of the word. The driver and crew are literally under the open sky, being “protected” by a frame, which in certain cases can hold a tent.
Managing Director of Asia Pacific, Michael Hello (quote Australian Defense Magazine):
We are very pleased to have entered the first export contract from our Australian representative office. For members of the Supacat Team Australia team, it is important that we ship a batch of all-terrain vehicles to New Zealand on time.
SOV-MH cars were manufactured at existing Supacat assembly plants in Australia using the Supacat Team Australia team to manufacture and assemble a vehicle. This is the first time that members of Supacat Team Australia have exported fully completed vehicles and supplemented the existing opportunities for Australian suppliers to join Supacat's global supply chains.
Recall that the soldiers of New Zealand are often involved in UN missions in various parts of the world.