Saab will arrange a producing facility for the shoulder launched weapon system Carl-Gustaf in India, additional strengthening manufacturing within the nation. Manufacturing within the new facility is deliberate to begin in 2024. The power will assist the manufacturing of the Carl-Gustaf M4 for the Indian Armed Forces in addition to parts for customers of the system all over the world. The brand new firm Saab FFV India, at the moment below registration, will make the most recent technology of the state-of-the-art weapon in India. Saab will even be partnering with Indian sub-suppliers and the techniques manufactured within the facility will totally meet the necessities of “Make in India”.

“It’s a pure step to arrange a manufacturing facility for Carl-Gustaf M4 in India given the lengthy and shut affiliation we now have with the Indian Military as one of many foremost customers of the system. We’re glad to have the ability to contribute to the Authorities of India’s objectives of creating a world class defence trade and proud to supply the Indian Armed Forces our Carl-Gustaf M4 made in India,” says Görgen Johansson, head of Saab’s enterprise space Dynamics.


Saab Carl-Gustaf Ammunitions

Saab FFV India will deploy complicated applied sciences together with the most recent sighting know-how and apply superior manufacturing methods like carbon fibre winding for the Carl-Gustaf system together with the most recent M4 weapon. Over time Saab have partnered with Indian firms to make elements or parts for Saab’s merchandise on the worldwide market. This challenge is a continuation of Saab’s dedication to “Make in India”. Saab will proceed its partnership with Munitions India Restricted (MIL) and Superior Weapons and Tools India Restricted (AWEIL) to fabricate the Carl-Gustaf weapon and its ammunition.

The Carl-Gustaf system has been in service with the Indian Military because the first cooperation settlement for manufacturing in India was signed 1976. By means of its large number of ammunition, Carl-Gustaf has established itself as the primary shoulder launched weapon within the Indian Armed Forces. The Carl Gustaf 8.4 cm recoilless rifle is a Swedish developed man-portable shoulder-fired recoilless rifle. The Carl Gustaf M4 was revealed by Saab at AUSA 2014. The shorter size was in response to the necessity to wield the weapon in city terrain, and weight financial savings had been achieved by utilizing lighter parts every time attainable