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Norwegian People’s Aid strenghtens their capabilities in water rescue with a RescueRunner system

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To further develop their important water rescue capabilities and missions, Norwegian People's aid now chooses to invest in a RescueRunner system which will be based in Nesset in the north west part of Norway. 

Norwegian People's aid (NPA)is a politically independent organisation working in Norway and in more than 35 other countries around the world. Founded in 1939,  NPA aims to improve people's living conditions and to create a democratic, just and safe society. NPA has more than 2000 volonteers and 65 rescue groups in Norway and they carry out more than 500 rescue missions each year. They are active in serach and rescue, avalange rescue, landslide rescue, first aid and natural disaster rescue in general. To be able to perform all these different tasks and operate they have ambulances, snowmobiles and now also soon a RescueRunner system of their own. We are very, very happy that NPA finally gets the opportunity to utilize the RescueRunner system in their important work and rescue operations, says Linda Ahl, Vice President Sales and Business Development Manager at Safe at Sea AB (publ). It makes us very proud that our boats can make such a difference for NPA and their operations.

The RescueRunner system will be delivered in Q4 2021

Order value: 275 000 SEK

This disclosure contains information that Safe at Sea is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation (EU nr 596/2014). The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person, on 04-10-2021 13:12 CET.

Linda Ahl

Vice President / Sales & Business Development Manager                                          
Phone +46 (0)763 160470                         

Safe at Sea AB designs, manufactures and sells light, flexible och cost effecient Search-and Rescue SAR systems. These systems contribute to saving lives and optimizing SAR operations around the world and are likely to be the most effecient systems in the world when it comes to rescuing casualties out of the water. The systems involve personal equipment, operating methods, launch-and recovery solutions as well as training. The fundament of Safe at Seas product portfolio is the RescueRunner, SafeRunner, FireRunner and GuardRunner. The company is based in Göteborg, Sweden and listed on the Spotlight stockmarket since the 10th January 2008.