in Aerospace / Defence

Exova signs framework agreement with Saab

Posted 9 March 2017 · Add Comment

Testing, calibration and advisory services provider, Exova, has signed a multi-million pound framework agreement with global Aerospace and Defence business, Saab, to deliver materials technology expertise and testing services over the next five years (three years with a two-year extension option).



Above: (left to right) Mikael Löfdahl, Sales and Marketing Director, Exova Materials Technology; (front) Paul Barry, Group Managing Director, Industries, Exova; Malin Forslund, Director Strategic Sourcing, Group Procurement, Saab; (front) Johan Ohlson, Vice President Group Procurement, Saab; Johan Bengtsson, Managing Director, Exova Materials Technology.

The contract further confirms Exova’s position as one of the leading providers of technically demanding services to the Aerospace and Defence industries, providing a wide range of consultancy services as well as mechanical, analytical and non-destructive testing in its laboratory in Linköping, Sweden.

The work being undertaken as part of this agreement is performed according to the specialist requirements of Saab, requiring extensive approvals and high service levels.

Paul Barry, Group Managing Director, Industries, at Exova, said: “We are very excited to build on our long track record of providing technically demanding services to Saab by extending our current contractual relationship by up to a further five years.

"This contract will allow us to continuously improve our delivery programme and facilitate greater efficiency and value for one of our key clients. I very much look forward to serving Saab into the medium term future and beyond.”

 

* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Advertisement
Latest News

Barnbrook marking its 40th anniversary at its 12th Farnborough Airshow

Hampshire-based Barnbrook Systems Ltd has already started preparations for its 12th consecutive appearance at the world famous Farnborough International Airshow next summer (16-22 July), where the award-winning UK firm will mark

Medway named as second new patrol ship

A bottle of Chatham-made Dockyard Gin smashed against the bow of the 2,000-tonne warship, Medway, as it was formally named on Friday morning at BAE's Scotstoun yard on the Clyde by Lady Fallon, wife of Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon

Gatwick wins Airport of the Year

This week at separate ceremonies - Gatwick won Airport of the Year at the National Transport Awards, a global environmental award for its world-first waste plant and Digital In-house Team of the Year at the prestigious Digital Impact

Dstl invites suppliers to contribute to advanced materials consultation

A new enduring consultation has been launched inviting suppliers to help shape the future research activity as part of the Materials for Strategic Advantage (MSA) programme.

Chris Allam appointed MBDA UK Managing Director

MBDA is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Allam to the role of MBDA UK Managing Director and to MBDA's Group Executive Committee.

Heathrow arrivals benefit from AMAN

Aircraft flying from Europe into London Heathrow Airport now benefit from more accurate delay information thanks to the advanced data available from NATS' Arrival Manager system (AMAN).

Aviation Africa SK18418
See us at
FIL18 BT111017220718SMI AirMissBT0305251017Advanced Engineering BT1007021117Aviation Africa BT18418SMI FAV BT1007161117SMI MilSat BT2907101117