Saab to provide land training systems for Sweden
Saab has signed a new framework agreement with the Swedish Defence Material Administration (FMV) for military training and simulation (T&S) systems.
The company added in a 14 July announcement that it has already received the first orders under the agreement.
Saab is providing the Swedish Army with T&S systems for anti-tank weapons, vehicles and soldier systems with all associated equipment.
The order is worth approximately SEK340 million ($32,2 million).
Deliveries will take place between 2023 and 2025.
FMV also awarded a separate three-year framework agreement to Saab for military T&S systems with a potential additional order value of up to SEK110 million ($10,4 million).
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