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NOTES WITH EXPLANATIONS -- The Roots of Saab AB.
Long Version 1.2.       . May 17, 2015.
When new facts appear or errors are identified, text will be corrected accordingly.

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NOHAB Flygmotorfabriker (≈ NOHAB Airplane Engine Factories) NOHAB F.
After years-long study of Swedish factories NOHAB F. was awarded state monopoly in 1930 to deliver 165 airplane engines before 1943.
NOHAB F. obtained order same year to produce 40 Bristol Aeroplane Co. engines. Bristol Aeroplanes had licensed NOHAB F. to produce their engines.

NOHAB F. developed all Jet Engines for Swedish Jet Fighters since the late 1940s to present time. The engines are based on further developed commercial jet engines most equipped with after-burner giving higher traction force and higher speeds, Base engines supplied by- de Havilland, Rolls-Royce, Pratt& Whitney, and General Electric. Name change 1941 to Svenska Flygmotor AB when AB Volvo became majority owner, wholly owned by Volvo from 1970 and named Volvo Flygmotor AB. Name changed again in 1994 to Volvo Aero AB.
GKN PLC (GKN Aerospace) bought Volvo Aero AB in October 2012.


                                                                                             

 

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