Saab forms a new business unit for command and control systems

From May 1, SaabTech's operations in command and control systems will
form a new business unit: Saab Systems. AerotechTelub's current
President, Dan-Åke Enstedt, will head up the new unit. The new President
of AerotechTelub will be Lars-Erik Wige, currently a division manager
within the company. New vice President for AerotechTelub will be Marie
Bredberg, currently Financial Director of the company.

"Command and control systems are a high-priority area for Saab, with a
slightly different business logic than other operations within SaabTech.
To create the best possible foundation for its development, we are now
merging all related operations into a new business unit," says Kenth-Åke
Jönsson, Group Senior Vice President, Saab AB.

The new unit will be called Saab Systems and will encompass the
divisions Air Systems, Land Systems, Naval Systems, Common Technology
and LedsystT in SaabTech AB in Sweden, as well as Saab Systems Pty in
Australia and GrIDS in South Africa (co-owned by Saab).

SaabTech's other business activities in Avionics and Electronic Warfare
in Sweden, along with the co-owned Avitronics business unit in South
Africa, will continue to operate within SaabTech under the presidency of
Björn Erman.

Saab is one of the world's leading high-technology companies, with its
main operations focusing on defence, aviation and space. The group
covers a broad spectrum of competence and capabilities in systems

For further information please contact:
Kenth-Åke Jönsson, Group Senior Vice President, Saab AB,
tel +46 (0)70 587 89 78
Dan-Åke Enstedt, President, AerotechTelub, tel +46 (0)73 066 66 66
Anna Bergenlid, Director of Communications & PR, SaabTech,
tel +46 (0)73 437 53 06

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