A contract is signed by Texelis and PT SSE to develop a 4×4 armored personnel carrier.mina

Texelis and PT SSE Sign Agreement to Develop 4x4 Wheeled Armoured Personnel Carrier
Texelis and PT SSE Sign Agreement to Develop 4×4 Wheeled Armoured Personnel Carrier

French vehicle chassis manufacturer Texelis has been recently selected to provide Indonesian vehicle designer and manufacturer PT Sentra Surya Ekajayais (PT SSE) with complete kits for its CELERIS 4×4 mobility solution, as well as a complete development and support package to customize the mobility solution for PT SSE’s needs. Texelis is very proud to collaborate with PT SSE, a renowned company on the Indonesian and worldwide markets. PT SSE is a company specialized in designing, engineering and manufacturing of Special Mission Vehicles. PT SSE offers a complete range of vehicles, currently focused on the 4×4 range, as well as corresponding services. The partnership between Texelis and PT SSE is also a major success for French-Indonesian relations. Both countries have been close partners for Defense for years and are actively working to reinforce their ties.

The program is a clear example of that policy, and has been fully supported by the French and Indonesian authorities, including the French Defense Mission at the French Embassy in Jakarta. The GICAT (Groupement des Industries Françaises de Défense et de Sécurité terrestres et aéroterrestres – the French Land Defense and Security Industry Association) and INAFRA (Indonesia France Association) have also been a major support, both in France and in Indonesia. That new partnership for CELERIS proves once again the value of Texelis’ offer for vehicle manufacturers looking for a high-performance, qualified, adaptable, turnkey solution for land mobility to develop or enhance their range of vehicles.

 

 

Texelis will supply an undisclosed number of Celeris 4×4 chassis kits to PT SSE and will also provide complete development and support package to customise the mobility solution for PT SSE's needs as part of the agreement.
Texelis will supply an undisclosed number of Celeris 4×4 chassis kits to PT SSE and will also provide complete development and support package to customise the mobility solution for PT SSE’s needs as part of the agreement.

On top of the inherent quality of the kits and the level of support offered throughout the development and qualification phase, CELERIS offers a much faster process than any other solution. Under this partnership agreement, Texelis will deliver the first kits to PT SSE in S1 2024. With Texelis’ full support, integration is to be completed on the first prototype before the end of year. Deliveries of the remaining series of kits will then take place in 2025. Under the CELERIS program, an experienced OEM can thus produce a new prototype of an entirely new vehicle in less than a year. Qualification can then start with the full support of Texelis, which may set the full program target at 18 months from order.

That new contract for CELERIS is also an opportunity for Texelis and PT SSE to grow together as a supplier of mobility and a complete systems integrator, and learn from that experience to implement new partnership initiatives throughout the program. CELERIS will also benefit from the feedback and experience from its users in Indonesia, and evolve during its whole life cycle to constantly adapt to the users’ requirements and operational missions. As an expert of mobility, Texelis firmly believes in partnerships as the right way to combine the right competence together and create new references in Defense. TEXELIS is a leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance axles and innovative mobility solutions for heavy-duty passenger transport vehicles and total mobility solutions for 4 × 4, 6 × 6 and 8 × 8 military vehicles.

The Celeris 4×4 chassis features 12 base kits including axle, powerpack, transmission, transfer case, steering system, and 30 optional kits depending on the configuration of the vehicle.
The Celeris 4×4 chassis features 12 base kits including axle, powerpack, transmission, transfer case, steering system, and 30 optional kits depending on the configuration of the vehicle.

Related Posts

Lav-25A2: Admire the power of the United States Army’s Armed Forces.mina

The LAV-25A2 stands as a unique and indispensable asset within the United States military, holding the distinction of being the sole armored vehicle capable of airdrop deployment….

Breaking through the darkness: MC-130P Combat Shadow

Builder: Lockheed Martin Services: United States Air Force Power Plant: Four Allison T56-A-15 turboprop engines Speed: 289 mph (at sea level) Maximum Takeoff Weight: 155,000 pounds (69,750…

Leonardo AW609: V-22 Osprey descendants

Using the same technology as the V-22 Osprey military aircraft, the AgustaWestland AW609 deserves to be the most modern civilian helicopter in the world. The Tiltrotor VTOL…

the fіɡһteг jet deters рoteпtіаɩ adversaries from engaging in additional Ьаttɩe.

The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress is a long-range, subsonic, jet-powered strategic ЬomЬeг. The B-52 was designed and built by Boeing, which has continued to provide support and upgrades….

The F-16 fіɡһtіпɡ Jet: Mastering the Skies as the Ultimate ргedаtoг

Iп the realm of aerial combat, oпe aircraft staпds tall as the epitome of рoweг aпd domіпапсe: the F-16 fіɡһteг Jet. With its υпrivaled capabilities aпd сᴜttіпɡ-edɡe…

The largest warship ever constructed is the USS Gerald R. Ford.

Gerald R. Ford is intended to be the first of a class of aircraft carriers that offer ѕіɡпіfісапt рeгfoгmапсe improvements over the previous Nimitz class. Introduce USS…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *