- Saab’s CEO views its new R&D facility at Purdue as a chance for further defence contracts
- The company will initially develop and deliver major structural sections for Boeing’s T-X from the facility
Saab AB sees its new advanced manufacturing and production facility at Purdue University in Indiana as an opportunity to expand to products beyond Boeing’s new US Air Force (USAF) advanced jet trainer the company is working on.
Saab said the initial focus of the new site, which received a USD37 million investment, would be aeronautical engineering and producing major structural sections and final assembly of parts it is procuring for the T-X.
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