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AMZ Kutno Ltd is based in Kutno, Poland, and has been operating since 1999. It specializes in the design and manufacture of special bodies for commercial vehicles: ambulances, valuables transport, mini-buses, special vehicles for the police, as well as military vehicles.
After its initial growth, the production of buses began to decrease, due to the transfer of some employees to produce the model Dzik for Iraq. Bus sales in Poland were as follows: 2003 - 60 units, 2004 - 79 units, 2005 - 56 units, 2006 - 39 units, 2007 - 27 units. Export began in 2005 year. In subsequent years, it was: 2005 - 7 units, 2006 - 24 units, 2007 - 2 units. At the end of 2006 onwards, employment in the company was about 350 people. By 2008 the number has risen to more than 400 employees.
Mini bus chassis have been produced since 2001. Mini-buses use chassis from: Ford, Iveco, Mercedes-Benz, Opel, Renault, and Volkswagen. Initially, only conversions were performed on buses. Over time, AMZ-KUTNO started to produce buses with their own, original construction on van or truck chassis .
- AMZ LT46M - urban base VW LT46
- AMZ Transit Local, base Ford Transit
- AMZ 50C13/15 - local version Iveco Daily 50C13/50C15
- AMZ 65C15 - local version Iveco Daily 65C15
- AMZ Vario - local version Mercedes-Benz Vario
- AMZ Movano - local version Opel Movano
- AMZ Master - local version of the Renault Master
- AMZ Sprinter - combo version Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
- AMZ Crafter 50 - combo own body on the chassis Volkswagen Crafter
- AMZ 65C15 Ramzar - estate, own body on the chassis Iveco Daily 65C15
- AMZ Boomerang - Tourist, own body on the chassis Renault Midlum.
For main vehicles produced by AMZ-Kutno are armoured cars:
- Dzik (Boar) I/II/III
- The Boar is produced in three versions for Polish uniformed services and export to Iraq. By February 2008 there were more than 600 units sold. In 2007 it joined the Tur I model in production, while in the 2008 model year they introduced the Zubr and Tur II models.
- Tur I
- Tur II
Specialist models include;
- Medical evacuation vehicle adaptation of the Wolverine
- Command vehicle adaptation of the Scam SM55
- Mobile chemicals laboratory adaptation of the Scam SM55
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