Saab has signed a contract valued 870 MSEK ($91 million) to support the German Army with the operation of their Combat Training Centre Gefechtsübungszentrum Heer (GÜZ).
The scope of work consists of the management and maintenance of all live simulation training equipment, communication infrastructure and the exercise control centre. Saab will provide additional logistical services such as the servicing of vehicles and radio equipment, storage and handling of weapons and ammunition, transportation of military personnel and the overall sustainment of GÜZ, Saab said in a statement Monday.
To deliver this programme, Saab has partnered with Flensburger Fahrzeugbau Gesellschaft mbH (FFG), a proven partnership from the previous cooperation at GÜZ from 2004 to 2008.
The support contract stretches between 2020-2026.
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