Thales has been involved in Swedish projects since 1973, has grown the company through several important acquisitions. In 2019, Thales acquired Gemalto AB and AB Svenska Pass, increasing to more than 100 employees in the country. Thales offices are located in Stockholm and Gothenburg. In Sweden, Thales provides innovative solutions and advanced technologies in Identity & Biometric Solutions, Cloud Protection & Licensing, Analytics & IoT Solutions, Banking & Payment Services, Defence Mission Systems and Air Traffic Management. Today, Thales Sweden is part of the Nordic & Baltic region covering nine countries.
A presence since 1973
More than 100 employees
sites in Sweden
Thales’ strategy is to boost its local presence by establishing local partnerships. In Sweden, we already have a significant number of collaborations with local subcontractors and partners and will, as new contracts arrive, continue to reach out to local expertise.
We recognise the high penetration of digital use and development in the Swedish market, and will continue to establish long-term cooperation with customers and partners. The markets we aim to address lie within digital security, transportation, aviation safety and defence & Security technology. The Nordic and Baltic cooperation within Thales Group also brings high levels of modernisation and increase capabilities for us and our partners.
In Sweden, Defence is a growing part of our business and Thales is actively pursuing a number of contracts that could transform our market share in this area.
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