HANZA Expands Cooperation with Saab

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HANZA Holding AB has received orders for communications equipment from defense and security company Saab with delivery in 2017.

HANZA has signed another production agreement with Saab, which develops world-leading products for military defense and civil security. The agreement includes the production of computer products to the international market and has a total order value of approximately SEK16 million. Delivery is scheduled for summer 2017 and production will take place in HANZA's manufacturing cluster in Årjäng.

"We have a clear focus on Security of Supply and see that HANZA meets both our quality and commitment levels," said Niclas Lövgren, Head of Vehicle Systems, Saab.

"We are proud that Saab gives us the confidence to deepen cooperation through another order for complete products for tough environments," says Erik Stenfors, CEO of HANZA. "Saab sets high standards and the agreement is proof of the strength of our business model."


HANZA is a fast growing industrial business partner within manufacturing. The company offers a unique combination of advisory services and tailormade manufacturing solutions that increases growth and profitability for its customers. HANZA was founded in 2008 and has grown into a billion SEK company. The Company currently operates in Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Poland, Czech Republic and China. Among HANZA’s clients there are leading industrial companies such as Kone, Konecranes, Atlas Copco, ABB and Saab Defense.


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