Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Supreme Armored, Inc Partners With Terrahawk, LLC


Terra Hawk

Monitor a large area with convenience. For everything from border patrol to security in populated areas, we provided a 360-degree view from an office capsule that scissor-lifts up to 20’. We can also armor it to fit your application.



Supreme Armored, Inc. a subsidiary of Supreme Industries (NYSE Amex Equities: STS) has a partnership with TerraHawk, LLC to manufacture and sell a newly designed Mobile Utility Surveillance Tower.

The TerraHawk, LLC by Supreme combines the concept of a mobile surveillance tower with the mobility provided by a two-wheel drive vehicle (four-wheel drive optional) equipped with a rapidly deployed manned/unmanned observation capsule, which can be tailored to meet customer requirements. This unit provides surveillance and deterrence capability required to address any security situation.

The TerraHawk, LLC by Supreme utilizes its own vehicle to deploy its elevated tower and capsule to an eye level height of over 25 feet. Each capsule includes the basics for personnel comfort and safety with climate controlled heating and air conditioning, fold away table for computer or other equipment. The capsule can be completely customized to meet the needs of virtually all departments of Homeland Security, local Police, Sheriff’s Departments and Security Operations for various applications. It is an ideal platform for temporary situations or security operations requiring flexibility and speed.

Supreme Armored, Inc. is excited to add this product to their current portfolio and more product details will be released in the coming months. This product will be unveiled in the fall of 2013, keep on the lookout for images, option content and the announcement of where the unveiling will take place.

For more information about Supreme Armored, Inc. visit our website at www.supremesv.com

Supreme Armored, Inc. is a nationwide manufacturer of specialized and armored products used by a variety of Local, State, Federal Government Agencies.

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