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Saab To Supply Training Support To British Army


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Saab
: 16 March, 2010  (Application Story)
Swedish Defence company continues relationship with the British Armed Forces through the supply of additional two years of training and simulation support services
Defence and security company Saab has signed a support contract with the British Army. The contract, amounting to approximately MSEK 150, covers the maintenance and support of delivered training systems used by British Army.

This contract is an extension of existing support contract and enables the British Army high performance combat training on the training areas in UK, Canada and Germany. Saab will provide the service for a period of two years with options to extend.


“We will continue to support our delivered training systems which still meet the customers need of high performance training. This, once again, confirms that Saab deliver robust modular training system and excellent services. Saab keep up the strong position as supplier of services within military training in UK.”, says Henrik Höjer, general manager for training and simulation at Saab.
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