The Sweden-based defence products company Saab seals a deal with the Polish State Treasury Armament Agency for the design, production, and support of two ships for Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) for Poland. A Signal Intelligence ship is used to support the acquisition of intelligence data, across the full spectrum of naval intelligence capabilities.
As the company reveals, the total order value corresponds to approximately €620 million, with deliveries scheduled for 2027. The ships will be built by subcontractor Remontowa Shipbuilding, in Poland.
Saab stated that the contract, is subject to the fulfilment of certain financial conditions, which are expected to be fulfilled by the end of this year, and the order is expected to be booked by Saab before year end.
Under the terms of the contract, Saab will serve as prime contractor, designing and producing the two ships, including the integration of advanced mission systems.
Saab’s President and CEO Micael Johansson said that “we are proud that Poland has selected Saab as a partner in naval intelligence ship systems. We will contribute with our capabilities by building advanced platforms with world-leading sensors, fully integrating complete mission systems, where we have long experience”.