Changes to the Corporate Management team

Hans-Jørgen Wibstad has decided to resign from the position of Chief Financial Officer of KONGSBERG to pursue new opportunities outside the company. The process of finding his replacement us underway.

International Maritime Institute of New Zealand Chooses KONGSBERG

Seven new K-Sim ship’s bridge simulators to be installed and integrated with existing K-Sim Engine room simulators

Enter into a comprehensive teaming agreement for submarines

Teaming agreement
KONGSBERG, thyssenkrupp Marine Systems and Atlas Elektronik enter into a comprehensive teaming agreement for submarines

Norway and Germany initiate extended industrial cooperation

Norwegian and German authorities initiates a comprehensive industrial cooperation on submarine and missile deliveries that could entail considerable contracts for KONGSBERG.

First KONGSBERG DP Simulator for Indonesian Training Centre

- K-Sim DP simulators and regional operational area models to support growth in demand for offshore training in Indonesia
- Simulator technology based on market leading KONGSBERG K-Pos DP system

An eventful year for KONGSBERG

KONGSBERG’s revenues in Q4 2016 are MNOK 3,952 and the EBITDA is MNOK 334. The Group’s total revenues for 2016 are MNOK 15,845, with an EBITDA of MNOK 1,217. In 2016, important strategic moves were made, including the acquisition of 49.9 per cent of the Finnish defense supplier Patria and the establishment of Kongsberg Digital.

KSAT and Astro Digital team up to revolutionize the collection and delivery of big data

The recent partnership between Norway’s KSAT (Kongsberg Satellite Services) and Silicon Valley’s Astro Digital will forever transform how Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites deliver big data from space. Fast-growing SmallSat companies will be the most immediate beneficiaries.

KONGSBERG signs contracts for PROTECTOR RWS with Switzerland

KONGSBERG has signed new contracts for delivery of PROTECTOR RWS to armasuisse for approximately MNOK 130.

Norway acquires Army Mobile Ground Based Air Defence

During a press meeting today, Minister of Defence Ine Eriksen Søreide announced the decision to conduct the project for providing the Army a Mobile Ground Based Air Defence System in a direct acquisition with KONGSBERG. The Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency will initiate the acquisition process with KONGSBERG to define the final configuration and system solution before the delivery contract is signed. The deliveries are planned for 2018 to 2021.


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