Surrey-based company redefines mobility Arktos vice-president Darlene Seligman and president Bruce Seligman, with a pair of their company’s amphibious vehicles | Submitted In a time when climate change has accelerated
Setting Sights on the Defence Industry: Top 20 gadgets and innovations on display at CANSEC text by Evelyn Brotherston | CANSEC photos by Richard Lawrence. Featured on page 17.
An Arctic Foothold – The Coast Guard’s first evaluation of amphibious craft in the Arctic Article featured in Coast Guard Outlook 2013 written by Craig Collins. Click the image below to read
Looking into the Future. The Canadian Army & Royal Canadian Navy have several projects on the drawing board. Written by David Pugliese. Featured on page 12.
ARKTOS Developments Ltd. has been awarded a contract from SUNCOR ENERGY INC. to build an ARKTOS MultiTask-50 Amphibious Crane Craft for operation in SUNCOR’s oil sands settling ponds in Fort
There are many vehicles and craft that claim to have ‘go anywhere capability’ but none can get close to the performance offered by an ARKTOS Craft.These unique Craft, which are
Waterfront – Fraser River: Steveston and the South Arm Arktos Craft Certainly among the more unusual vessels you’ll find in the Fraser River, these two amphibious evacuation craft, A1-A2 and
Canada’s sovereignty in the Arctic could one day be protected by an amazing vehicle designed and built in Surrey. ARKTOS Developments Ltd. said yesterday it has been in discussions with