Aspen Medical and Saab have signed a $6.7 million contract for the delivery of clinical and operational medical training
Saab and Aspen Medical have signed a $6.7 million contract for the delivery of clinical and operational medical training.
Aspen Medical General Manager – Asia Pacific, Mick Humphreys, said that as a veteran-owned company, Aspen Medical are proud to be working with a consortium of best-in-class suppliers led by Saab to provide the ADF’s future deployable health capability. “Aspen Medical will use its vast experience in delivery of healthcare globally to provide training across a wide range of improved and new health technologies. We look forward to the challenge of helping prepare the Australian Defence Force for its future missions.”
The signing was attended by the Hon Melissa Price MP, Minister for Defence Industry.
The Minister commented this is an important milestone for Saab and Aspen Medical, both for the successful delivery of the Deployable Health Capability and for the cooperation of Australian defence industry.
Image (L-R): Andy Keough (MD - Saab Australia), Mick Humphreys(Aspen Medical GM - AsiaPacific), Minister Melissa Price