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  • Saab Signs Support Agreement for SK60

     |  Press release

    Saab has extended its support and maintenance agreement with the Swedish Armed Forces regarding the SK60 trainer aircraft, which is used for pilot training. The contract is valid from 1 July 2020 up to 2025, with 2026 as an optional year. The initial order value amounts to MSEK 875.

    Saab has extended its support and maintenance agreement with the Swedish Armed Forces regarding the SK60 trainer aircraft, which is used for pilot training. The contract is valid from 1 July 2020 up to 2025, with 2026 as an optional year. The initial order value amounts to MSEK 875.

     
  • Saab Receives Airborne Surveillance Order

     |  Press release, Stock Exchange Release

    Saab has signed a contract and received an order for the Airborne Early Warning and Control solution Saab 2000 Erieye AEW&C. The order value is 1.553 billion SEK. Deliveries will be made between 2020 and 2023.

    Saab has signed a contract and received an order for the Airborne Early Warning and Control solution Saab 2000 Erieye AEW&C. The order value is 1.553 billion SEK. Deliveries will be made between 2020 and 2023.

     
  • Changes in Saab’s Group Management

     |  Press release, Stock Exchange Release

    Christian Luiga has been appointed as the new CFO and a deputy CEO of Saab. Christian Luiga will start in the role no later than September 16, 2020. The Board of Directors has also appointed Anders Carp as a new deputy CEO, in addition to his current role as head of Saab's business area Surveillance. Anders Carp will start in his additional role from May 5[th ]2020.  

    Christian Luiga has been appointed as the new CFO and a deputy CEO of Saab. Christian Luiga will start in the role no later than September 16, 2020. The Board of Directors has also appointed Anders Carp as a new deputy CEO, in addition to his current role as head of Saab's business area Surveillance. Anders Carp will start in his additional role from May 5[th ]2020.  

     
  • Saab Delivers the First GlobalEye

     |  Press release

    Saab delivered the first GlobalEye Swing Role Surveillance System aircraft to the United Arab Emirates on 29 April 2020.

    Saab delivered the first GlobalEye Swing Role Surveillance System aircraft to the United Arab Emirates on 29 April 2020.

     
  • Saab’s New Fighter Radar in the Air

     |  Press release

    Saab has successfully completed the first air trials with its new fighter X-band Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar, which will be offered as a new addition to Saab’s PS-05/A radar family.

    Saab has successfully completed the first air trials with its new fighter X-band Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar, which will be offered as a new addition to Saab’s PS-05/A radar family.

     
  • Saab’s Results January-March 2020

     |  Press release, Stock Exchange Release

    Saab presents the results for January-March 2020.

    Saab presents the results for January-March 2020.

     
  • Saab Signs Support Contract With British Army

     |  Press release

    Saab has signed a three-year contract with the UK Ministry of Defence for the provision of support and services to the Direct Fire Weapon Effects Simulator (DFWES) capability. The contract valued at 320 MSEK came into effect on April 1, 2020.

    Saab has signed a three-year contract with the UK Ministry of Defence for the provision of support and services to the Direct Fire Weapon Effects Simulator (DFWES) capability. The contract valued at 320 MSEK came into effect on April 1, 2020.

     
  • Saab has signed a contract with the Sydney Opera House Trust to deliver a new integrated security system for the iconic building.

    Saab has signed a contract with the Sydney Opera House Trust to deliver a new integrated security system for the iconic building.

     
  • Saab’s CEO Micael Johansson and CFO Magnus Örnberg will present the Saab interim report for January-March 2020.

    Saab’s CEO Micael Johansson and CFO Magnus Örnberg will present the Saab interim report for January-March 2020.

     
  • Saab reduces working hours for 500 employees

     |  Press release

    Saab has today made the decision to introduce reduced working hours for 500 employees at the business unit Aerostructures within the business area Industrial Product and Services (IPS). A majority of these employees will work 60 percent of their regular hours. The agreement is valid from April 14.

    Saab has today made the decision to introduce reduced working hours for 500 employees at the business unit Aerostructures within the business area Industrial Product and Services (IPS). A majority of these employees will work 60 percent of their regular hours. The agreement is valid from April 14.

     
  • Saab supplying Sweden with firefighting capabilities

     |  Press release

    Saab has received an order from MSB, the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency, regarding Sweden's aerial firefighting capabilities. The contract is valid during the years 2020-2023.

    Saab has received an order from MSB, the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency, regarding Sweden's aerial firefighting capabilities. The contract is valid during the years 2020-2023.

     
  • Saab’s Annual General Meeting was held on 1 April 2020 in Stockholm

     |  Press release, Stock Exchange Release

    At Saab’s website, you will find President and CEO Micael Johansson´s speech as well as the speech of the Chairman of the Board, Marcus Wallenberg. Please see the following link: https://saabgroup.com/arsstamma

    At Saab’s website, you will find President and CEO Micael Johansson´s speech as well as the speech of the Chairman of the Board, Marcus Wallenberg. Please see the following link: https://saabgroup.com/arsstamma

     
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  • Withdrawal of Dividend Proposal and Unchanged Board fees

     |  Press release, Stock Exchange Release

    The Saab Board of Directors confirms its assessment of the company’s dividend capacity for the financial year 2019 but due to the uncertainty the COVID-19 outbreak creates in the surrounding world, the Board has decided to withdraw its dividend proposal to the Annual General Meeting. When the situation can be better analysed, the Board can assess the possibility of a new dividend proposal for 2019.

    The Saab Board of Directors confirms its assessment of the company’s dividend capacity for the financial year 2019 but due to the uncertainty the COVID-19 outbreak creates in the surrounding world, the Board has decided to withdraw its dividend proposal to the Annual General Meeting. When the situation can be better analysed, the Board can assess the possibility of a new dividend proposal for 2019.

     
  • Saab signs Revolving Credit Facility

     |  Press release, Stock Exchange Release

    Saab has signed a 24 months Revolving Credit Facility Agreement of SEK 4 Billion with a group of three banks.

    Saab has signed a 24 months Revolving Credit Facility Agreement of SEK 4 Billion with a group of three banks.

     
  • Gripen F Fighter Production Under way

     |  Press release

    Saab has performed the first metal cut for the two-seater fighter aircraft Gripen F, marking an important milestone in the programme.

    Saab has performed the first metal cut for the two-seater fighter aircraft Gripen F, marking an important milestone in the programme.

     
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