The Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue orders RescueRunner

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The Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue have ordered one RescueRunner for installation on their new 22 meter rescue vessel in the Ulstein Class.

The RescueRunner will be delivered in August 2018, for use as deckboat on board the new Ulstein Class Vessel, that currently is being built at Swede Ship Marine.

The order value is approximately 450 000 SEK.

The Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue has also announced that, they will build the next Ulstein Class Vessel in 2019, which also will be equipped with a RescueRunner.

"We are proud and glad for the confidence shown by the Norwegian Society for Sea Rescue that continues to equip their new rescue vessels with RescueRunners."

says CEO Kaj Lehtovaara.

For more information please contact

Kaj Lehtovaara,                                     

Telefon +46 (0)303-23 07 10

This information is information that Safe at Sea AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, on February 15, 2018.

Safe at Sea AB manufactures and sells a unique rescue boat, the RescueRunner, the most efficient system in the world to bring people in distress out of the water. Safe at Sea AB also is the owner of Safe at Sea Management AB, a company that offers management solutions for the shipping and yachting industries. Safe at Sea AB is listed on AktieTorget. 



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We are proud and glad that for the confidence from the Norwegian Sea Rescue Society that continues to equip their new rescue vessels with RescueRunners.
Kaj Lehtovaara, CEO