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Ymir-1, a satellite equipped with technology from Saab, was launched into space on 11 November onboard SpaceX Falcon 9. This marks a new era within maritime communication.
Saab has secured approval from Indian authorities for 100% Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) for manufacturing the shoulder launched Carl-Gustaf® weapon system in India.
Saab and the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) have signed a new contract which means that Saab will continue to provide arial firefighting aircraft as well as crew and logistics during 2024-2025.
Saab will be exhibiting at Defense & Security 2023, taking place at the IMPACT Exhibition Center, Bangkok, Thailand, November 6-9. Come to stand P17 to learn more about our products.
Saab presents the results for January-September 2023.
Saab’s Board of Directors has decided on a Key Employee Plan 2024 (KEY 2024), a long-term incentive program for key employees. KEY 2024 is a continuation of the ongoing Key Employee Plan 2023, with corresponding conditions.
Saab has received an additional order from the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) to ensure the continued operation and capability enhancement of Gripen C/D. The order is valued at SEK 579 million.
Saab will be exhibiting at the Dubai Airshow, Dubai World Central, United Arab Emirates from 13-17 November. Come to stand #965 in the main exhibition hall to learn more about how Saab is making people and society safer.
Saab has received an order from the Japan Self-Defense Forces, JGSDF, for the supply of the man-portable, multi-role weapon system Carl-Gustaf®. The order includes over 300 systems and deliveries will take place in 2025.
Saab’s underwater systems supported elements of two ‘operational experimentation exercises’ involving over 2,000 civilian and military personnel from 15 NATO nations, Ireland and Sweden.