Rejlers wins framework agreement with FMV through NESP

Through its holding in NESP, Rejlers is entering into a new framework agreement with FMV (Swedish Defence Materiel Administration) concerning consultancy services within Integrated Logistics Support (ILS). The agreement runs for up to seven years and has provision for the Swedish Armed Forces to place suborders under the agreement. 

The new framework agreement with FMV covers consulting services within Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), which is a management process that supports development work in order to dimension and optimise maintenance systems based on requirements regarding availability, endurance and life-cycle cost. The aim of the work relating to ILS is to create a system with high reliability at the lowest possible life-cycle cost.

“We look forward to working with NESP to continue to support developments within FMV and the Swedish Armed Forces. The framework agreement is fully in line with our initiative within defence and security, which we have a strong focus on in terms of both assignments and new recruitments," says Jaime Rico, Head of Rejlers’ Defence and Security business area.

Through its acquisition of Pondra AB in 2019, Rejlers owns 40% of the shares in NESP (Network Enabling System Partner AB).

For further information, please contact:
Jaime Rico, Head of Defence and Security, +46 76 677 95 92,
Malin Sparf Rydberg, Director of Communications, +46 70 477 17 00,

About Rejlers
Rejlers is one of the Nordic region’s leading engineering consultancy firms. Using our vision of "Home of the Learning Minds" as a benchmark, we strive to create a platform for continuous learning, development and growth. Increased learning which generates added value for both customers and employees alike. We have 2,200 dedicated experts with cutting-edge expertise in areas such as energy, industry, infrastructure, property and telecom. We are close to our customers and have offices in Sweden, Finland, Norway and the United Arab Emirates. Rejlers recorded sales of SEK 2.6 billion in 2019, and its class B share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.