Major armed forces around the world are adopting sophisticated military land vehicles to improve their warfare capability and maintain a competitive edge in the face of modern threats that are posed by insurgency, terrorism, and cross-border conflicts. Leading military vehicle manufacturers continue to innovate within the defense sector, creating more effective and efficient designs with each iteration of vehicle production.

With countries increasing defence budgets to modernise their military vehicle fleets, the global military land vehicles market is poised to grow by more than 3% a year during 2020-2030, according to GlobalData’s estimates.

Finding the best military vehicle companies

Army Technology has listed some of the leading manufacturers of military land vehicles based on its intel, insights and expertise in the sector.

The list includes suppliers of a wide range of military land vehicles, including tracked and wheeled armoured fighting vehicles, personnel carriers, maintenance trucks, ambulances, and unmanned ground vehicles for military applications.

The information contained within the download document is useful for land warfare strategists, army commanders, senior procurement executives, armoured vehicle crew, technicians, system integrators, maintenance supervisors, and any other individual involved in the acquisition, operation and maintenance of military land vehicles.

The download contains detailed information on military land vehicle manufacturers and their product lines, alongside contact details to aid your purchasing decision.

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Types and uses of military land vehicles

Defence and security forces use different special-purpose military land vehicles for different combat operations and missions, including crew transportation, border protection, patrolling, counter-terrorism, and riot control, among others.

The land vehicles used by armies and law-enforcement agencies include, but are not limited to:

· Armoured personnel carriers (APCs)

· Infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs)

· Light armoured vehicles (LAVs)

· Multirole armoured vehicles (MRAVs)

· Main battle tanks

· Tactical trucks

· Armoured combat support vehicles (ACSVs)

· Armoured recovery vehicles (ARVs)

· Armoured engineer vehicles (AEVs), and

· Light utility vehicles

Advancements in technology

Modern military land vehicles are coming with advanced capabilities and technologies to ensure enhanced mobility, protection, operational effectiveness, and agility in challenging and dangerous environments.

Along with the efforts to integrate high-tech armours, systems and sensors, major military vehicle manufacturers are also undertaking research, development and testing of hybrid-electric variants of land-based tactical military vehicles to improve energy efficiency.

Download our list here.