The Swedish Sea Rescue Society (SSRS) orders another RescueRunner system

SSRS extends their fleet of RescueRunners.

SSRS is the organization with the largest fleet of RescueRunners in the world. it consists of over 60 units placed on most of their 69 rescue stations. Some of the RescueRunners have been in operations for more than ten years.

SSRS is not only a customer to Safe at Sea, they are also a partner when it comes to development and training. “We are very happy and proud to receive this order but most of all grateful for the close cooperation we have with SSRS when it comes to product development and quality assurance.” Says Henrik Hartman, CEO at Safe at Sea AB (Publ.)

The RescueRunner will be delivered in Q2 2019. 

The value of the deal is approximately SEK 360 000. 

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 16 April 2019.  

For more information please contact

Henrik Harman                                   

Telefon +46 (0)303-23 07 00
henrik.hartman@safeatsea.se

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. Safe at Sea AB is listed on Spotlight Stock Market.  

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We are very happy and proud to receive this order but most of all grateful for the close cooperation we have with SSRS when it comes to product development and quality assurance.
Henrik Hartman