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The first digital air traffic control tower is now live and in operation at NATO Air Base Geilenkirchen in Germany. The base is equipped with a state-of-the-art Saab r-TWR system.
Saab will set up a manufacturing facility for the shoulder launched weapon system Carl-Gustaf® in India, further strengthening production in the country. Production in the new facility is planned to start in 2024. The facility will support the production of the Carl-Gustaf M4 for the Indian Armed Forces as well as components for users of the system around the world.
Saab has received a support contract for the service, repairs and maintenance of the South African Air Force´s Gripen C/D jet fighters. The order value is MSEK 333 (MZAR 532) over a three-year period.
Saab is proud to participate in the 2022 Defense and Security Exhibition Korea (DX Korea), at Seoul’s KINTEX II Centre from 21 to 25 September. Please visit us in Hall 8, Stand 8C-41.
Saab has committed to becoming a minority shareholder in the Swedish electric aircraft manufacturer Heart Aerospace with a USD 5 million investment.
Saab has received new orders from FMV regarding submarine upgrades. The orders include a life-time extension of HMS Södermanland, as well as new batteries and battery development. The total order value is SEK 470 million.
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 has received an order for Carl-Gustaf® ammunition and AT4CS RS systems for U.S. Armed Forces. The order value is USD 81.8 million (SEK 812.7 million) and deliveries will take place during 2024.
Saab has conducted the first Mobile Short-Range Air Defence (MSHORAD) live system firing for an audience of various national delegations. In a series of firings, the system identified, tracked and engaged several targets.
Saab has received an award from Boeing for the production of advanced training aircraft aft fuselage systems. The order value for Saab is USD 71.2 million (approximately SEK 750 million).