INKAS APC lineupClick image to enlargeINKAS Armored Vehicle Manufacturing, a Toronto-based manufacturer of armored and special purpose vehicles, has acquired a new production facility in Toronto.

The new plant will enhance Inkas’ operational capacity and turnaround times and is set to begin production at its new plant in the beginning of March 2020.

“I am proud to say that the continuous growth we’ve experienced has made it necessary to expand to a new facility to keep up with demand,” said Margarita Simkin, Executive Chairwoman of INKAS. “Our company has been steadily growing, and in order to continue delivering armored vehicles and secure solutions to our clientele in a timely manner, we have had to increase our production capacity.”

The recently acquired facility will be dedicated to the production of INKAS luxury sedans, SUVs and other armoured civilian vehicles. The new assembly plant will double INKAS’ production output, and the company has announced a new round of hiring to staff the plant.

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