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IT2EC 2022: Saab training in bullish mode

28th April 2022 - 11:45 GMT | by Trevor Nash in London


Soldiers training with a Carl-Gustav system. (Photo: Saab)

Saab believes the ongoing war in Ukraine and higher defence spending may result in more effort and investment on training.

Following Saab’s reorganisation into four business areas from six, the company has seen a positive start to 2022 with Q1 orders up by 38%.

This positive growth is also reflected in the training and simulation business area with a number of new orders placed over recent months.

‘There is no doubt that the last couple of years have been challenging ones for the defence and aerospace industry and societies as a whole,’ said Åsa Thegström, head of Saab’s S&T business unit. ‘As we come out of COVID we have learnt to manage the pandemic and can focus on the strategic

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Trevor Nash


Trevor Nash

After a career in the British Army, Trevor Nash worked in the simulation and training …

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