Saab receives ACCS order from Thailand
Defence and security company Saab has received an order from the Royal Thai Air Force regarding extension of an Air Command and Control System. The order amounts to 104 MSEK.
Saab will extend the Royal Thai Air Force ACCS (Air Command and Control System), which was delivered by Saab in 2010. The system is a part of the air defence system consisting of the Gripen fighter and the airborne early warning system Saab 340 Erieye AEW.
The order concerns the Security and Defence Solutions business area.
"We are delivering an advanced air command and control system, which forms a vital part of the thai air defence system. The order is a yet another milestone in the cooperation betweenThailandand Saab, in a market that is very important for us," says Gunilla Fransson, Head of Saab business area Security and Defence Solutions
The contract will run between 2011 - 2013.
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