Saab to Supply Carl Gustaf Systems Worth Approximately €60 Million to Four NATO Member Nations

In recent months, Saab has supplied its proprietary systems through the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA), totaling approximately €155 million in value

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Sweden’s Saab has announced receiving an order for the man-portable, multi-role weapon system Carl Gustaf from the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) for four NATO member nations. The order's value is approximately €60 million, and the contract period spans from 2024 to 2027.

This marks the third order in recent months that Saab has received from the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA). At the end of December 2023, the company reported receiving an order worth approximately $35 million from NSPA for the supply of RBS 70 bolide man-portable air defense missiles. Additionally, last February, Saab received an order for the supply of AT4 anti-tank systems valued at approximately €63 million.

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