Saab receives new orders for Carl-Gustaf
Defence and security company Saab has received an order for components to the Carl-Gustaf man-portable weapon system. The total value of the order is MSEK 362.
"This is very positive and it further proves the capability of the Carl-Gustaf system which until now has been exported to more than 40 customers around the world.", says Tomas Samuelsson, Senior Vice President and Head of Saab's business area Dynamics .
Delivery will take place during 2011-2012.
The industry's nature is such that depending on circumstances concerning the product and customer, information regarding the customer will not be announced.
The Carl-Gustaf system has a long and successful history, but still proves itself to be a highly modern and capable Ground Support weapon. The system has successively been modernized and adapted to meet new requirements. With the Carl-Gustaf M3 version Saab offer state-of-the-art capability for demanding customers investing in the future.
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