In late April Aurum Security GmbH delivered ten A200 4x4 armoured vehicles to the Peruvian Army, under a September 2019 contract valued at $2.19 million (€1.79 million).

The vehicles have been assigned to the Batallón de Reconocimiento y Combate (Reconnaissance and Combat Battalion) located at the VRAEM, an area of rugged Peruvian jungle where armed narco-terrorism groups and remnants of the ‘Shining Path’ terrorist group operate.

The A200 uses the Toyota LAND CRUISER 200 chassis – widely used by security forces elsewhere. The vehicle was certified by Germany’s IABG laboratory after rigorous ballistic and explosive testing.

Santiago Rivas and Florencia Lucero Heguy in Buenos Aires for MON

A Peruvian Army A200 in Germany prior to shipping. (Photo: Aurum Security)

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