Saab Signs Ground Combat Framework Agreements with NATO Support and Procurement Agency
Saab has signed framework agreements with NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) for the Carl-Gustaf® M4 weapon system and the AT4 anti-armour weapon. The NSPA has also placed call-off orders with a total value of approximately SEK 350 million.
The NSPA has placed a call-off order for Carl-Gustaf ammunition with deliveries planned 2023-2025 as well as a call-off order for AT4 with deliveries planned 2023-2024. The AT4 framework agreement will be valid until 2026, whilst the Carl-Gustaf agreement, which includes ammunition, will be valid until 2027.
“We are proud that our combat solutions are making a difference for our customers. These framework agreements will further strengthen our relations with NATO and facilitate the order process for Carl-Gustaf and AT4 for its members,” says Görgen Johansson, head of Saab’s business area Dynamics.
Saab’s ground combat systems provide defence forces with the necessary effectiveness and precision to give them the advantage in combat, whilst enabling soldiers to carry out their missions safely. Several NATO members, including the U.S., Canada and the UK, are already users of Saab’s ground combat solutions.
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Soldier with AT4
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