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Saab signs $33.8M ground combat framework agreement with NATO

Saab Signs $33.8M Ground Combat Framework Agreement with NATO
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Saab has inked framework deals with NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) for the Carl-Gustaf M4 and AT4 anti-armor weapon systems, while receiving call-off orders worth roughly $33.8M.

The NSPA has ordered Carl-Gustaf ammunition and AT4 weapons, with planned deliveries between 2023 and 2025 for the former and 2023 to 2024 for the latter. The framework agreement for the AT4 system will remain valid until 2026, while the Carl-Gustaf deal, which encompasses ammunition, will remain in force until 2027.

The agreement includes a range of vehicles and associated sustainment services that will be delivered to various NATO nations. This agreement builds upon Saab’s previous collaborations with NATO, and demonstrates the company’s ongoing commitment to providing defense solutions to NATO member nations.

Görgen Johansson, head of Saab’s business area Dynamics said “We are proud that our combat solutions are making a difference for our customers. These framework agreements will further strengthen our relations with NATO and facilitate the order process for Carl-Gustaf and AT4 for its members.”

Saab’s ground combat systems offer defense forces the required precision and effectiveness to gain an advantage in combat while ensuring soldiers’ safety during missions. Many NATO members, such as Canada, Norway, the UK, and the US, are already utilizing Saab’s ground combat solutions.