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Chemring Group has acquired Wallop Defence Systems, the Hampshire-based defence technology firm, from US-based Esterline.
Chemring is to sell its marine flares manufacturing business to Drew Marine for £32m.
Chemring is to acquire the US detection systems business of General Dynamics Armament & Technical Products for £55m.
Chemring is to acquire Roke Manor Research, the Romsey-based engineering research firm with 450 staff, from Siemens for £55m.
Chemring is to acquire Allied Defense Group, the US ammunition manufacturer, for £36m.
Chemring is to acquire Hi-Shear Technology Corporation, the US defence systems manufacturer, for £80m.
Chemring is to acquire Non-Intrusive Inspection Technology, the US developer of robot and vehicle-mounted mine detection systems, for an initial £17m.
Chemring has acquired Martin Electronics, the US manufacturer of pyrotechnically-activated devices, for £35m.
Chemring is to acquire Scot, the US manufacturer of aircraft components, from SMS Industries for £20m.
Chemring is to invest £5m in a joint venture with Cranfield University to conduct research into new materials for explosives and propellants.
Chemring is looking to spend up to £100m on acquisitions to expand its anti-missile decoys and pyrotechnics business this year.
Chemring has acquired Richmond Electronics & Engineering, the Norfolk-based manufacturer of bomb disposal equipment, for £11m.
Chemring has acquired Simmel Difesa, the Italian energetics company, for £52m.
Chemring is looking to spend up to £100m on acquisitions this year to expand its Hampshire-based military countermeasures and pyrotechnics business.
Chemring is to sell its McMurdo marine electronics business to Signature Industries for up to £4.5m.
Chemring has acquired BDL Systems, the Poole-based manufacturer of radio frequency initiators and electronic countermeasure equipment, for £9m.
Chemring is to sell its McMurdo marine lights business to Daniament of Denmark for £2.8m, as part of a strategy to focus on countermeasures and energetics.
Chemring is to acquire Technical Ordnance, the US pyrotechnics company, for £39m, as well as Leafield Engineering and Leafield Marine of Wiltshire for £5m.
Chemring Group has acquired Troon Investments, the Ardeer-based manufacturer of pyrotechnic and propellant devices, for £22m.
Chemring is to acquire Comet, the German manufacturer of military and marine pyrotechnics, for £6.7m.
Chemring has sold Kembrey Wiring Systems, the manufacturer of wiring harnesses for the aerospace industry, to Time 24 for £1.9m.
Chemring is to sell its Alloy Surfaces chemicals business in the US to Akron Paint & Varnish for up to £2.5m.
Chemring is to acquire ICS Electronics, the Arundel-based manufacturer of ship and radio coast station systems, for £1.5m.
Chemring is acquiring Alliant Kilgore Flares, the supplier of infra-red decoys to the defence sector, from Alliant Techsystems of the US for £15m.