ERAPSCO/SonobuoyTech Systems Awarded $35.9M in Foreign Sales Contracts


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Ultra Electronics USSI, a subsidiary of Ultra Electronics Holdings plc (ULE), and Sparton Corp. announce the award of subcontracts valued at $35.9 million from their ERAPSCO/SonobuoyTech Systems joint venture. ERAPSCO/SonobuoyTech Systems will provide manufacturing subcontracts in the amount of $21.3 million to Ultra Electronics USSI and $14.6 million to Sparton De Leon Springs, LLC. Production will take place at Ultra Electronics USSI’s Columbia City, Indiana facility and Sparton’s De Leon Springs, Florida facility.

ERAPSCO/SonobuoyTech Systems were awarded multiple foreign contracts for the manufacture of passive and active sonobuoys in support of multiple underwater missions for detection, classification, and localization of adversary submarines during peacetime and combat operations.

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Ultra Electronics is a group of businesses which manage a portfolio of specialist capabilities, generating highly differentiated solutions and products in the defence & aerospace, security & cyber, transport and energy markets by applying electronic and software technologies in demanding and critical environments to meet customer needs.

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