Elbit Systems Reorganizes UK Activities


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Elbit Systems Ltd. announced that its UK subsidiary, Elbit Systems UK Ltd., has sold the Power and Control Business of its subsidiary Ferranti Technologies Ltd., to TT Electronics (UK) Plc. for approximately $12 million (approximately £9 million) in cash, subject to customary post-completion working capital adjustments.

The remaining business of Ferranti, including training and simulation, avionics, display systems, aircrew survival systems, platform protection and computing, are planned to be integrated into Elbit Systems UK. 

Martin Fausset, CEO of Elbit Systems UK, said: "This reorganization is part of our strategy to focus activities on certain areas in order to support the continuous expansion of our operations and collaborations in the UK."

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