Saab receives new order for AT4
Defence and security company Saab have signed a contract on further deliveries of the AT4 man-portable weapon system.
The order will be delivered during 2012 and has a total value of MSEK 104 and comprises order for the AT4 CS RS version of the system.
At the request of the customer, further details regarding the contract will not be announced.
"This is very positive and it further proves the capability of the AT4 system which until now has been exported to more than 15 customers around the world." says Tomas Samuelsson, Head of Business Area Dynamics.
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