Saab receives additional ADF Carl-Gustaf order
Saab has announced that it has received an order from Australia for ammunition for the Carl-Gustaf M3 weapon system. The order, announced 27 April, 2012, is placed under a standing offer signed in early 2011 and amounts to MSEK 199.
Saab received the order from the Australian Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO), which will provide various versions of 84 mm Carl-Gustaf ammunition.
The Australian Defence Force selected the Carl-Gustaf M3 weapon system after thorough evaluation as their future multi-purpose weapon system.
Deliveries take place during 2013.
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