OUR VISION IS TO CREATE
A MORE SECURE FUTURE. FOR EVERYONE.
OUR VISION IS TO CREATE A MORE SECURE FUTURE. FOR EVERYONE.
Security is becoming more and more vital in the society we live in today. Unfortunately.
The security aspect has since our start more than two decades ago been permeating our company mission. By offering our services and turnkey contracts for critical infrastructure, whether it is an airport, a nuclear power plant or a penal institution, our ambition is to create a more safe and secure society for us all.
WE SPECIALIZE IN SECURITY AND TECHNOLOGY FOR
AIRPORTS, DEFENSE AND OTHER VITAL FACILITIES IN OUR SOCIETY
WE SPECIALIZE IN SECURITY AND TECHNOLOGY FOR AIRPORTS, DEFENSE AND OTHER VITAL FACILITIES IN OUR SOCIETY
Swedish Net Air & Defence offers services and turnkey solutions for critical infrastructure and facilities with high requirements on security and technology. Critical infrastructure means the vital infrastructures that make today’s society and economy work, e.g. healthcare, security, transport, energy, food, information systems and financial services.
Our extensive experience of various high-security facilities and locations has given us advanced technical knowledge and a deep understanding of our customers’ needs and special routines.
For 20 years, we have delivered advanced projects for airports, nuclear power plants, data centers, penitentiary institutions, defense-related activities, embassies and other governmental security projects. In total, we have delivered more than 1000 projects.
220601 PROJECT FMV, AIRFIELD GUIDANCE SIGNS KALLAX
Swedish Net will replace all airfield guidance signs at Kallax Airport Luleå during the summer of 2022. On the military side, F21 and also on the civilian side. There are about 150 signs that lead the pilot right at all the runways and taxiways. The project includes delivery and assembly to a fully functional and operational facility.
Norrbotten’s air flotilla, F 21, is Sweden’s northernmost air flotilla. The main base is in Luleå, with side bases in Jokkmokk and Vidsel.
Luleå Airport is Sweden’s sixth largest airport in terms of number of passengers and the airport employs a total of 1,000 people, of which about 900 work in the Armed Forces.
220202 SECOND PROCUREMENT TO OSCE IN UKRAINE
Swedish Net Air & Defence together with its sister company Disarmament Solutions, has won a second procurement for the OSCE, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe,
The procurement includes equipment for munitions clearance and demining for the OSCE Project Coordinator in Ukraine.
220201 SWECO ACQUIRES SWEDISH NET ENGINEERING
Sweco Sverige AB acquired all shares in Swedish Net Engineering AB, our engineering consultancy company in the Swedish Net Group on February 1.
The merger between Swedish Net Engineering and Sweco is a natural and important step for our employees and customers. It is positive that Swedish Net Engineering’s customers now gets the opportunity to take advantage of Sweco’s broad offering and expertise.
The sale of Swedish Net Engineering means that we can focus more on our other companies in the Group, such as Swedish Net Air & Defence, where our contracting operations are expected to develop strongly in the coming years.
Sweco plans and designs sustainable cities and communities of the future. With 17,500 employees in northern Europe, the right expertise for each individual project can always be offered. Sweco has a turnover of approximately SEK 21 billion and is listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm.
We look forward to a continued and long-term collaboration with Sweco in our contracting operations.
211222 PROCUREMENT TO OSCE IN UKRAINE
Swedish Net Air & Defense has together with its sister company Disarmament Solutions won an international procurement. The contract won includes the supply of metal detectors and other search equipment to the OSCE, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, Project Coordinator in Ukraine. The procurement is intended to increase the capacity to clear landmines and other explosive devices, a necessary measure to be able to guarantee the safety and security for the people of Ukraine. The equipment will be delivered during the first quarter of 2022 and we are proud to be able to contribute to the OSCE’s important work in Ukraine.