Saab news and press releases that matter to Australia.
Saab Australia has celebrated 35 years of operation with employee events across the nation.
Saab Australia (Saab) has opened its expanded Melbourne office to accommodate the rapid growth of its Victorian workforce and support the successful delivery of major defence and security projects.
Saab Australia’s deployable health project JP2060 Phase 3 delivered 131 separate modules that were accepted by the Commonwealth, thereby achieving Contract Material Release 1.
Saab has received an order from the Australian Department of Defence for the supply of additional Carl-Gustaf® M4 weapons. The order value is AUD 56 million with deliveries during 2024-2025.
Saab Australia has moved another step closer to the delivery of Australia’s deployable health capability (JP2060 Phase 3) with the acceptance of three Military CT Scanners from technology and capability partner Marshall Land Systems.
Integration of the complex combat systems on the Royal Australian Navy’s existing guided missile destroyers and Hunter class frigates will be done in Australia, by Australians, thanks to an agreement between three of the country’s largest defence companies and the Department of Defence.
The partnership between Saab Australia and veterans support charity, Prince’s Trust Australia, will help ex-service personnel navigate the challenges of starting a new business venture.
Saab Australia has launched its Veteran and Australian Defence Force (ADF) Partner Support Program focusing on veterans transitioning from active service into civilian life and employment.
Saab Australia (Saab) has cemented its role as the nation’s sovereign combat management system (CMS) provider for the Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN) Surface Fleet following the signing of the final stage of the Enterprise Partnering Agreement (EPA).
Saab Australia and BAE Systems Australia have developed a new security framework to assist local businesses to access Defence sector work.