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  • 2015

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  • Defence and security company Saab has received a Letter of Award from the Royal Malaysian Air Force for the supply of an ESP system (Electronic Surveillance Payload). The ESP system will be used for training at the Electronic Warfare Support Centre (EWSC) in Malaysia.

    Defence and security company Saab has received a Letter of Award from the Royal Malaysian Air Force for the supply of an ESP system (Electronic Surveillance Payload). The ESP system will be used for training at the Electronic Warfare Support Centre (EWSC) in Malaysia.

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  • Use of radar early warning aircraft (EWC) Erieye of SAAB by the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) was seen as vital in the tasks of defending the country's airspace, especially when dealing with non-traditional geostrategic threat.

    Use of radar early warning aircraft (EWC) Erieye of SAAB by the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) was seen as vital in the tasks of defending the country's airspace, especially when dealing with non-traditional geostrategic threat.

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  • Saab has an extensive range of naval products that can be easily integrated with third-party systems, as well as the widest selection of radars provided by one single company in the world. Saab marketing and sales director Bjorn Samuelsson said many of these products were well-suited to the defence requirements of the region.

    Saab has an extensive range of naval products that can be easily integrated with third-party systems, as well as the widest selection of radars provided by one single company in the world. Saab marketing and sales director Bjorn Samuelsson said many of these products were well-suited to the defence requirements of the region.

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  • Saab to provide Malaysia with ESP system

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    Defence and security company Saab has received a Letter of Award from the Royal Malaysian Air Force for the supply of an ESP system (Electronic Surveillance Payload). The ESP system will be used for training at the Electronic Warfare Support Centre (EWSC) in Malaysia.

    Defence and security company Saab has received a Letter of Award from the Royal Malaysian Air Force for the supply of an ESP system (Electronic Surveillance Payload). The ESP system will be used for training at the Electronic Warfare Support Centre (EWSC) in Malaysia.

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  • Saab's Giraffe AMB Radar Systems

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    For Malaysia, a country surrounded with water and many islands, Saab’s Giraffe AMB Radar systems is ideal for sea and coastal surveillance and would enable Malaysia’s Navy  and Coast Guard to undertake efficient piracy hunting in the Straits of Malacca.

    For Malaysia, a country surrounded with water and many islands, Saab’s Giraffe AMB Radar systems is ideal for sea and coastal surveillance and would enable Malaysia’s Navy  and Coast Guard to undertake efficient piracy hunting in the Straits of Malacca.

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  • Saab International (M) Sdn Bhd, a unit under the Swedish-based defence and security company, Saab, anticipates positive response at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition 2015 (LIMA'15). Its Malaysian head, Thomas Linden, said the company would showcase a broad range of solutions in its portfolio at LIMA'15, which would be held from March 17-21, 2015.

    Saab International (M) Sdn Bhd, a unit under the Swedish-based defence and security company, Saab, anticipates positive response at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition 2015 (LIMA'15). Its Malaysian head, Thomas Linden, said the company would showcase a broad range of solutions in its portfolio at LIMA'15, which would be held from March 17-21, 2015.

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  • Saab Bids To Replace MiG-29N With Gripen

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    Head of Saab Malaysia, Thomas Linden, said offering Gripen and AEW&C system Erieye is consistent with the defence requirements of Malaysia which intends to replace the MiG-29N Fulcrum and the radar monitoring system.

    Head of Saab Malaysia, Thomas Linden, said offering Gripen and AEW&C system Erieye is consistent with the defence requirements of Malaysia which intends to replace the MiG-29N Fulcrum and the radar monitoring system.

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  • Saab has signed an updated industrial co-operation accord with Malaysian company Defence Technologies (Deftech), a subsidiary of the DRB-HICOM group, it was announced on 13 January.

    Saab has signed an updated industrial co-operation accord with Malaysian company Defence Technologies (Deftech), a subsidiary of the DRB-HICOM group, it was announced on 13 January.

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  • 2014

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  • Interview With Thomas Linden

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    Thomas Linden, Vice President, Head of Malaysia gave an interview to Asian Defence Journal in conjunction to the recent UPNM seminar.

    Thomas Linden, Vice President, Head of Malaysia gave an interview to Asian Defence Journal in conjunction to the recent UPNM seminar.

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  • KUALA LUMPUR: Saab has made a presentation to the Royal Malaysian Air Force to consider purchasing the Erieye – to provide Malaysia with an effective airborne early warning and control platform. The Erieye radar performance will give Malaysia full control of military and civilian airspace, as well as all activities on sea, including fishery, illegal immigrants, smuggling, piracy and protection of oil and gas installations.

    KUALA LUMPUR: Saab has made a presentation to the Royal Malaysian Air Force to consider purchasing the Erieye – to provide Malaysia with an effective airborne early warning and control platform. The Erieye radar performance will give Malaysia full control of military and civilian airspace, as well as all activities on sea, including fishery, illegal immigrants, smuggling, piracy and protection of oil and gas installations.

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  • KUALA LUMPUR - Sweden’s Saab Group, which makes the Gripen Multi Role Combat Aircraft (MRCA), has proposed to lease its fighter jets to the Malaysian government with full warfare capabilities and no restriction.

    KUALA LUMPUR - Sweden’s Saab Group, which makes the Gripen Multi Role Combat Aircraft (MRCA), has proposed to lease its fighter jets to the Malaysian government with full warfare capabilities and no restriction.

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  • Saab will initially tackle Swedish requirements for a submarine before turning its attention to the Asia-Pacific market, company president and CEO Hakan Bushke has stated. Addressing the media at the Defence Services Asia (DSA) exhibition in Kuala Lumpur on 15 April, Bushke described how Saab’s ‘first focus’ would fall upon Sweden’s armed forces, after which it would attempt to generate cooperation agreements with other nations including Australia.

    Saab will initially tackle Swedish requirements for a submarine before turning its attention to the Asia-Pacific market, company president and CEO Hakan Bushke has stated. Addressing the media at the Defence Services Asia (DSA) exhibition in Kuala Lumpur on 15 April, Bushke described how Saab’s ‘first focus’ would fall upon Sweden’s armed forces, after which it would attempt to generate cooperation agreements with other nations including Australia.

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  • KUALA LUMPUR — Saab has confirmed it has submitted proposals to the Malaysian government for the lease of Gripen fighters but said it wasn’t responding to a formal request for information. Company executives said they delivered proposals earlier this year but wouldn’t reveal how many ex-Swedish Air Force C/D model aircraft are involved or the length of a possible lease deal.

    KUALA LUMPUR — Saab has confirmed it has submitted proposals to the Malaysian government for the lease of Gripen fighters but said it wasn’t responding to a formal request for information. Company executives said they delivered proposals earlier this year but wouldn’t reveal how many ex-Swedish Air Force C/D model aircraft are involved or the length of a possible lease deal.

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  • Saab Offers Lease For Gripen Aircraft

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    Saab is offering one of the most efficient solutions for Malaysian air defence  with products such as Saab Gripen and Saab 2000 Erieye Airborne Early Warning and Control system.

    Saab is offering one of the most efficient solutions for Malaysian air defence  with products such as Saab Gripen and Saab 2000 Erieye Airborne Early Warning and Control system.

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  • Defence Services Asia 2014 (DSA 2014) which marks the 14th showcase of leading edge defence and security technology, is on track for another spectacular showing from April 14-17 as the premier platform for players in the defence and security industry around the world to promote their products, exchange ideas and technologies, forge partnerships and embark on strategic and synergistic collaborations. Among the international exhibitors are ADS UK, Aimpoint, Airbus Group, Armscor, BAE Systems, Boeing, Brahmos, SAAB, SASTIND, SSM (Turkish Industry Association), Team Defence Australia, Thales, and UKTI-DSO.

    Defence Services Asia 2014 (DSA 2014) which marks the 14th showcase of leading edge defence and security technology, is on track for another spectacular showing from April 14-17 as the premier platform for players in the defence and security industry around the world to promote their products, exchange ideas and technologies, forge partnerships and embark on strategic and synergistic collaborations. Among the international exhibitors are ADS UK, Aimpoint, Airbus Group, Armscor, BAE Systems, Boeing, Brahmos, SAAB, SASTIND, SSM (Turkish Industry Association), Team Defence Australia, Thales, and UKTI-DSO.

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  • Saab confident of more Asian success

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    Asian Defence & Diplomacy spoke to Dan-Ake Enstedt, president and CEO of Saab Asia Pacific, about the Swedish company’s prospects in Asia. Thomas Linden, vice president and head of Saab Malaysia, highlighted the attractiveness of the Gripen to Malaysia and other regional countries. Saab can deliver aircraft more quickly than competitors and he stressed that it is very affordable. Independent figures from IHS Jane’s confirmed that the flight hour cost of a Gripen is USD 4,700, which compares to $7,700 for an F-16, $11,000 for an F/A-18E/F and $16,500 for a Rafale.

    Asian Defence & Diplomacy spoke to Dan-Ake Enstedt, president and CEO of Saab Asia Pacific, about the Swedish company’s prospects in Asia. Thomas Linden, vice president and head of Saab Malaysia, highlighted the attractiveness of the Gripen to Malaysia and other regional countries. Saab can deliver aircraft more quickly than competitors and he stressed that it is very affordable. Independent figures from IHS Jane’s confirmed that the flight hour cost of a Gripen is USD 4,700, which compares to $7,700 for an F-16, $11,000 for an F/A-18E/F and $16,500 for a Rafale.

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  • 2013

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  • European Defense Companies Focus On Asia

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    In Malaysia, Saab is partnering with industrial conglomerate DRB-Hicom to meet offset requirements that will arise if Saab, for example, wins the competition to provide fighters and some airborne early warning aircraft to the Malaysian air force.

    In Malaysia, Saab is partnering with industrial conglomerate DRB-Hicom to meet offset requirements that will arise if Saab, for example, wins the competition to provide fighters and some airborne early warning aircraft to the Malaysian air force.

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  • Saab AB (SAABB) says sales prospects for its Gripen fighter are improving as country’s such as Denmark and Canada reconsider buying the Lockheed Martin (LMT) Corp. F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and others set fighter purchase plans. Sales of current model Gripens and the NG, the next generation model, may exceed 300 units in the next two decades, Eddy de La Motte, head of Gripen Exports said today. A lease of fighters to Malaysia, a new sale to Finland and a follow-on deal with Thailand are possible, he said in an interview.

    Saab AB (SAABB) says sales prospects for its Gripen fighter are improving as country’s such as Denmark and Canada reconsider buying the Lockheed Martin (LMT) Corp. F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and others set fighter purchase plans. Sales of current model Gripens and the NG, the next generation model, may exceed 300 units in the next two decades, Eddy de La Motte, head of Gripen Exports said today. A lease of fighters to Malaysia, a new sale to Finland and a follow-on deal with Thailand are possible, he said in an interview.

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  • 2009

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  • SAAB Provides AIS For Malaysia

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    Saab TransponderTech has been awarded a contract to supply a coastal Automatic Identification System (AIS) network for the east coast of the Malaysian peninsula and an integration of all AIS systems in the country. The contract was awarded to Saab by the Marine Department in Malaysia, and the work is being completed in collaboration with Saab’s Malaysian partner, Maicons Technology.

    Saab TransponderTech has been awarded a contract to supply a coastal Automatic Identification System (AIS) network for the east coast of the Malaysian peninsula and an integration of all AIS systems in the country. The contract was awarded to Saab by the Marine Department in Malaysia, and the work is being completed in collaboration with Saab’s Malaysian partner, Maicons Technology.

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