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Innovations from Almhult
MSE Engineering was founded in 1952 and the first simulators where delivered in the 1960’s. Today we are a private limited Swedish company with operations in Almhult and our products are fielded all over the globe. Thanks to high competence, innovation spirit and commitment, we offer highly qualified system solutions to Swedish and international defence organisations and industries.
We focus on our customer and we like long term relations. Product quality is of utmost importance, as well as quality in our services and processes. The company is certified in accordance with ISO9001 and ISO14001.
MSE is a family owned company. We are committed to deliver products and services you need to be safely trained and have the right equipment at hand. We believe that short and flexible paths to decision and a solution oriented way of thinking and acting is a prerequisite. Come, work with us and you will see!
System solutions
We take total functional responsibility for the deliveries, from the very first requirement analysis, through design and production to delivery and in-service support. Development is always carried through in close co-operation with customers and end users, to ensure that all demands and requirements are implemented and met.

MSE History

1952 - JL Weibull founded.
1960 - First turret loading trainer developed (Centurion).
1982 - Delivery of anti-aircraft sight for APCs. Still in use 2008.
1987 - MSE founded by Micael and Carina Schmitz.
1995 - Development of Leopard 2 turret simulator - TBTA.
2000 - Merge of MSE and JL Weibull.
2001 - MSE awarded order to develop a new live firing target system - LIMO.
2003 - Development and delivery of flight mission trainer to Saab.
2005 - The management system certified according to ISO9001:2000.
2006 - Micael, MD of MSE, awarded to be "the entrepreneur of the year".
2011 - The Ultimate Battlefield simulator at The Gadget Show.