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Saab to open new facility in Germany

Source: Saab Deutschland, Defence Industry Europe

Saab Deutschland is set to open a new facility for its Product Unit Naval Systems at the SPURWERK complex in Bremen, which is currently under construction. The new site, spanning 1,680 square meters, will accommodate over 100 employees.

The Bremen location will serve as a software development hub, aligning with Saab Deutschland’s growth strategy. The Wilhelmshaven site, along with its project office, will continue to operate and undergo further expansion.

Saab Deutschland is currently equipping the four Brandenburg-class (F123) frigates with the advanced Combat Management System (9LV), which will be further developed.

“I am delighted that we are opening another facility for our marine sector in Bremen. This reflects the growing significance of Saab in Germany. Outside of Sweden, Germany is the largest market for Saab in Europe. We will continuously enhance our expertise to support the German Navy in this era of transformation with cutting-edge technology,” says Anders Sjöberg, CEO of Saab Deutschland GmbH.

Saab’s 9LV is one of the most advanced Combat Management Systems available in the market. The system’s flexibility enables seamless integration with equipment and systems from other providers, minimizing risks. Saab has already equipped over 250 warships worldwide with the 9LV system.

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