Companies

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In 1974, a small group of Swedish entrepreneurs started exploring ways to improve shooting accuracy.
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Åkers Krutbruk is part of the IBD-group - a world leader in advanced protection solutions for military vehicles.
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Aqeri is one of Sweden’s leading companies within the area of rugged computer and communication technology for applications within four business areas: defence, industrial, automotive an
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Carmenta is a software company offering high-performance geospatial (GIS) products and solutions as well as systems for emergency response and critical infrastructure protection.
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Combitech is a Nordic technical consultancy company combining technology, environment and security.
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Comex Electronics AB was established in 1988 and is located in Stockholm, Sweden.
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CRD Protection started its activities in the year 2008 in Sweden. CRD´s business areas range from military defence to civil security.
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CybAero develops and manufactures high-quality, cost-effective systems that enable clients to operate from the air without putting people and property at risk.
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Dockstavarvet is a leading producer of aluminium boats for professional use in Scandinavia and on the international market. The company was founded by N. Sundin in 1905 and is now operated by the third generation.
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Since 1909 Lidan Marine has collected experience in creating winch and handling systems that meet customers’ specific needs. The company has specialized in demanding requirements.
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MilDef consists of MilDef AB and MilDef Systems in Sweden, MilDef Limited in the United Kingdom and MilDef Crete in Taiwan.
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MSE Engineering AB provides highly qualified system solutions to international defence organizations and to leading industrial companies.
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Polyamp AB core technology, since the beginning of 70's, is switch mode power conversion. Polyamp main activities are separated in two main sectors: Polyamp Power Divison
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RSG connexionhas more than 25 years of technical experience in harness manufacturing and can offer a complete solution from qualified guidance to design prototyping and production.
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SCAMA’s mission is to safely arrest aircraft experiencing trouble at aborted take-off or landing.
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Sepson is one of the leading manufacturers of hydraulic vehicle-mounted winches in the world.
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Swede Ship Marine has a long tradition in shipbuilding and one of the yards – Djupvik Shipyard – has been building ships since 1890’s.
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T-Kartor provides data driven geographic information solutions.
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When Taiga was founded in 1982, the company’s ambition was to create the market’s best work clothing for people who are required to work outdoors regardless of the weather, environment or other risk factors.
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Teleanalys AB develops, produces and delivers reliable and robust products for the radio- and telecommunication in demanding enviroments.

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It is vital that Sweden’s defence and security policy rests on a broad political consensus. To that extent, the Social Democratic Party, the Moderate Party, the Green Party, the Centre Party and the Christian Democrats have agreed on a bill to parliament on the Swedish Defence covering the years 2016 to 2020. The guiding principles for this agreement have been the two reports by the Parliamentary Defence Commission “Choices in a globalised world” (2013) and the “The Defence of Sweden – a stronger defence for an uncertain time” (2014). This defence bill sets a new trend in Swedish defence spending. The government has, for the first time in more than two decades, decided to successively increase the defence spending over the next five years with an 11% increase (2,2 % per year). The total defence spending over the next five years will be 224 billion SEK. (In total, this defence bill added 10,2 billion SEK).

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In this Communication, the Swedish Government provides an account of Sweden’s export control policy with respect to military equipment and dual-use items in 2015. The Communication also contains a report detailing exports of military equipment during the year. In addition, it describes the cooperation in the EU and other international forums on matters relating to strategic export controls on both military equipment and dual-use items.

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