Saab announces AEW&C order
Saab will deliver Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEW&C) equipment to an unnamed customer under a contract announced on 15 May.
The contract, worth $152 million, will see the company supply systems that provide access to a detailed situational awareness picture that can support border surveillance, search and rescue operations or for tackling terrorism and organised crime.
Saab expects to book the order within the next six months, and deliveries will be made from 2017 through to 2020.
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