Saab signs contract with FMV regarding Gripen
Saab has received an order from the Swedish Defence Material Administration, FMV, for the continuous support of Gripen's operational capacity. The contract is valued to MSEK 230.
Amongst other things the order covers product maintenance, technical support, basic operations such as test flying, rigs and simulators in order to ensure the Gripen system's operational ability and airworthiness. This work will be undertaken during the second half of 2010 at Saab's plants located in Linköping, Arboga, Göteborg and Stockholm.
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