GardaWorld Cash Services building transportation fleet in partnership with Roshel
By Canadian Security StaffNews GardaWorld Cash Services
GardaWorld has completed first phase of deployment of its next-gen armoured fleet across North America
GardaWorld Cash Services has completed phase one of the deployment of its next-generation armored car fleet in North America developed in partnership with Roshel Smart Armored Vehicles.
150 of the next-gen fleet of vehicles – manufactured in the U.S. and customized in Canada – were deployed in 2020, with an additional 180 vehicles expected to roll out by mid-2021 across North America.
“The safety and security of our dedicated team of cash services professionals, our clients and the general public is our top priority,” said GardaWorld Cash Services CEO Stephane Gonthier in a statement. “Roshel is the ideal partner to make this goal a reality. We are extremely proud to continue to make significant investments and to help innovate our industry.”
“It is great to be at the cutting edge of these technologies with clients like GardaWorld who constantly strive to lead the industry by utilizing and deploying the safest and the smartest vehicles in world,” said Roman Shimonov, CEO, Roshel Smart Armored Vehicles. “With each new phase of deployment, we continue to build on the innovations of the previous fleet generation, to develop, in partnership with GardaWorld, a highly-customized vehicle with the highest safety standards and latest security and technology innovations,” Shimonov added.
First introduced in 2019, the fleet of modified Ford Transit vehicles is expected to bring more flexibility to GardaWorld’s fleet. The vehicles are also based on the newest generation of gas engines with lower emission levels and more efficient fuel consumption.
The vehicles are loaded with safety features including anti-collision technology, OEM front and lateral airbags, governed speed limit, clearer view windshields that also meet recognized ballistic standards, and other sophisticated security and safety features directly connected to our North American Monitoring Center. The latest wave of vehicles also includes OEM collision and lane departure warning.
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