Malca Amit deploys new fleet of green vehicles built by Roshel
By Canadian Security StaffNews Malca-Amit Roshel Smart Armoured Vehicles
Malca-Amit has deployed Hino hybrid medium duty trucks armoured by Roshel Smart Armoured Vehicles
Malca-Amit Group of Companies announced that it has deployed its new armoured fleet of next generation low emission vehicles based on Hino 195h upfitted by Roshel Smart Armoured Vehicles.
The eco-friendly fleet is a part of the Malca-Amit “Go Green” initiative targeted at mitigating environmental impact and reducing carbon footprint.
“Shifting to environmentally friendly vehicles is our input into making the world a better place.Along with providing the highest standards of safety and security, meeting environmental and sustainability targets is our key priority. We believe that secured and smart hybrid and electric armoured vehicles fleet built by Roshel is aneffective means of meeting these targets,” said Amit Eytan, president and chairman of the board, Malca-Amit Group of Companies, in a prepared statement.
According to a company statement, this new batch of vehicles utilizes diesel-electric hybrid technology and Hino’s Selective Catalytic Reduction System to achieve improvements in both fuel economy and engine exhaust emissions.
The vehicles are also equipped with OEM-shaped curved ballistic glass.
“These smart innovative features provide our crews with enhanced safety allowing us to ensure secured and smooth delivery of precious goods and valuable assets anywhere in the world”, added Amit Eytan.
“Transition to green corporate fleets and sustainable fleet management is happening in all sectors, including the cash-in-transit industry. It’s great to be at the cutting edge of innovations together with the customers like Malca-Amit who are committed to lead the industry and reduce its environmental impact along with increasing its security,” said Roman Shimonov, CEO, Roshel Smart Armoured Vehicles. “At Roshel we develop innovative cash-in-transit solutions which meet and exceed both environmental and security requirements of our clients. Nowadays, in the era of emerging technologies, it’s especially important to mitigate new safety threats by providing a connected suite of security capabilities.”
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