Saab receives support order for Norway’s Combat Training Centre

Saab has received an order from the Norwegian Defence Materiel Organisation regarding support, service and maintenance for the Combat Training Centre in Rena. The order value is approximately SEK 190 million and the contract period is 2024-2027.

The contract also includes on-site support for four additional training and simulation locations in Norway, as well as at Rena.

We are pleased to continue our long-term support to the Norwegian Armed Forces’ training systems. With this contract, we ensure that the Norwegian Armed Forces have the required interoperable training capabilities today and in the future.

Joakim Alhbin, head of business unit Training & Simulation within Saab’s business area Dynamics

The Norwegian Armed Forces have been using Saab’s training and simulation systems since 2004 and this contract contributes to the Armed Forces’ retaining the capability to train units up to brigade size, in-country as well as abroad. The systems are fully interoperable with NATO and other allied countries, which is crucial in multinational live exercises with simulators. Norway’s training partners include, among many others, the US, Sweden, Finland and the Netherlands.

Through innovative use of technology and a well-proven training philosophy, Saab offers world leading training solutions and capabilities enabling interoperability and true realism for land forces. Saab offers solutions for live training, live fire training, virtual training and training services.

Source: Saab news release

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