NIMR


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NIMRNational Institute for Medical Research
NIMRNetherlands Institute for Metals Research
NIMRNigerian Institute of Medical Research
NIMRNational Institute of Malaria Research (India)
NIMRNational Institute on Mental Retardation (Canada)
NIMRNelson Institute for Marine Research (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea)
NIMRNaval Industrial Management Review
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NIMR has three classes of vehicles, namely, Ajban Class, Hafeet Class and JAIS Class.
NIMR is the 5th largest military vehicle producer in the world.
The 4x4 and 6x6 variants complement our existing range, allowing NIMR to expand beyond our traditional light-medium weight vehicle category into the more highly protected, higher payload categories," explained Fahad Harhara, CEO of NIMR.
In February, NIMR won a $350m deal with the UAE Armed Forces for 1,000 of its vehicles, and in March, the company also launched a light-medium weight open-top 4x4 reconnaissance vehicle, the Ajban SOV.
Saeed Al Suwaidi, the Chairman and CEO of Bin Jabr Group , stated that after years of testing the vehicles in the various climates of the Arabian Peninsula and Africa the first batch of NIMR 4x4 (1) & (2) are under final production.
Denel Vehicle Systems has decided a deal of over R900 million with NIMR in the United Arab Emirates for the construction and provision of modern mine-protected vehicles.
Ntshepe said, "We are delighted to work with NIMR, one of world's leading manufacturers of wheeled, armoured vehicles.
Made by Abu Dhabi-based Nimr Automotive, a subsidiary of Tawazun Holding, NIMR multi-purpose vehicles have potential applications ranging from tactical missions in harsh environments such as arid deserts to modern urban warfare, deep infiltration missions, reconnaissance, border surveillance, support logistics and riot control.
NIMR vehicles can be employed in many roles, including as an armament carrier, logistics vehicle, ambulance, mobile Command and Control centre, and as a platform for a wide variety of other uses including conforming to multiple fleet strategies of the armed forces.
NIMR multi-purpose vehicles are manufactured by Nimr Automotive, a subsidiary of Tawazun Holding.