Saab has received an order from the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) for deliveries of ammunition for the recoilless Carl-Gustaf rifle. The order value is approximately SEK 3 billion and deliveries will take place during 2026-2030.
The order is placed within a framework agreement between Saab and FMV which allows purchases of Saab’s Ground Combat weapons Carl-Gustaf, AT4, and NLAW, including ammunition and equipment.
“We are proud to continue to deliver our world-leading solutions to Sweden and contribute to the Swedish defense capability. This order secures the Swedish Armed Forces supply of Carl-Gustaf ammunition and is a result of the weapon’s capacity and robustness,” says Micael Johansson, President and CEO of Saab.
The multipurpose Carl-Gustaf weapon has been in use by the Swedish Armed Forces since 1948. During the year 2018, FMV signed a contract for deliveries of the latest iteration of the weapon; Carl-Gustaf M4. The wide range of ammunition available for Carl-Gustav further strengthens the system’s tactical flexibility, enabling faster engagement, increased hit probability, and greater effectiveness for the soldiers.