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Saab to Supply Denmark, Norway with camouflage systems

Staff Writer |
Saab has, under a joint procurement process with Denmark and Norway, signed framework agreements with the respective countries for the supply of static and mobile camouflage systems to their armed forces.

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The agreements allow the two countries to place orders for camouflage systems over a four year contract period.

For years, the armed forces of Denmark and Norway have been using Saab’s Barracuda advanced camouflage systems, in both static and mobile versions.

The framework contracts now signed with the two countries means that they can place orders for mobile and static camouflage systems in woodland, desert and winter configurations. The agreements also includes the possibility to place orders for support during the contract period.

Saab’s Barracuda advanced camouflage technology products have been exported to more than 60 countries worldwide.

Saab offers a unique package of Barracuda camouflage systems and force protection solutions that decrease the enemy’s ability to detect and engage.

These solutions protect personnel, vehicles and base infrastructure against hostile sensors and enemy target acquisition.


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