The Swedish Sea Rescue Society (SSRS) order another RescueRunner

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We are happy to announce that the Swedish Sea Rescue Society (SSRS) further expand their fleet of RescueRunners.

Today SSRS have more than 50 RescueRunners operational at their 74 rescue stations. By ordering this RescueRunner SSRS will further increase their capacity to save lives at sea. Many of the SSRS RescueRunners have been in operation for over 10 years and helped save many lives at sea.

SSRS once developed the RescueRunner for rescue missions in shallow and rocky areas where other boats cannot go. SSRS is not only a customer to Safe at Sea, they are also an important partner when it comes to development and training.

"We are very happy to receive this order from SSRS and we hope that the RescueRunner will be very useful for the rescue station where it will be in operation," says Henrik Hartman, CEO of Safe at Sea AB (publ).

The RescueRunner will be delivered during Q4 2021.

Order value is approximately SEK 353.000

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 24-09-2021 13:29 CET.

For more information please contact:

Henrik Hartman                                   

Telefon +46 (0)303-23 07 00

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. 





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