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Saab gets contract for Ula-class subs


The Ula-class submarine of Norwegian Navy. A file photo

STOCKHOLM (BNS): Saab has received a contract from Norway for upgrade of the steering control consoles on the Ula-class conventional submarines.

The contract, awarded by Norwegian Defence Logistics Organization, is valued at MSEK 105 (USD 15.7 million).

The order will secure new high technology components in the steering control consoles regarding autopilot functionality and integration for the Norwegian ULA-class Submarines, Saab said.

The work will be carried out between 2011 and 2016, the Swedish firm said.

The Norwegian Navy operates six Ula-class submarines commissioned between 1989 and 1992.

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