Saab Dynamics Extends Collaboration with NOTE


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Following an extensive evaluation process, NOTE has been selected as strategic supplier for one of Saab’s business areas. A new agreement has been signed relating to prototype and serial production of PCBAs.

"It's important to us to have a flexible supplier that can maintain high quality and handle product changes at short notice and with short delivery times. I look forward to a continued long-term collaboration with NOTE," commented Jenni Klasson, Strategic Sourcing Manager for Saab’s Dynamics business area.

"We're extremely proud to be extending our collaboration with Saab further after an extensive evaluation process. Saab is at the leading edge of technological progress, which places high demands on us as a supplier. We have extensive and broad-based experience of advanced processes and substantial technical expertise, which represents a close fit with Saab’s needs for product manufacture," commented Stefan Hedelius, NOTE's CEO and President.

About NOTE

NOTE is one of the leading northern European manufacturing and logistics partners for production of electronics-based products. NOTE produces PCBAs, subassemblies and box build products. NOTE's offerin covers the whole product lifecycle, from design to after-sales. NOTE has a presence in Sweden, Finland, the UK, Estonia and China. For the past twelve months, net sales were SEK 1,128 million; the group has approximately 1,000 employees. NOTE is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

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