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Saab has received an order for the AT4 anti-armour weapon from the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA), the Swedish manufacturer announced on 5 February 2024.

The order, which is worth around EUR 63 million with deliveries to take place in the 2026-2027 timeframe, was booked in the fourth quarter of 2023.

The ultimate country destination of the AT4s was not disclosed.

Saab signed framework agreements with the NSPA for both the AT4 and the Carl-Gustaf M4 weapon system in March 2023. These agreements are valid until 2026 and 2027 respectively.

“Our AT4 stands out on the market as a highly sought-after and effective support weapon,” Görgen Johansson, head of Saab’s Dynamics business area, was quoted as saying in a company press release. “We are honoured that the NSPA has trusted our products once again, and they can feel confident that they have a leading single-shot weapon that is robust and reliable.”

The AT4 series comprises a selection of easily manoeuvrable, lightweight and disposable weapons designed for straightforward operation by a single soldier. Capable of countering tanks, heavy combat vehicles and threats within structures and fortifications, the AT4 also serves to safeguard fixed installations, supply points and other critical assets.

The Saab AT4 is a lightweight, disposable anti-armour weapon designed for straightforward operation. (Photo: Saab)