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Meggitt is to acquire Cobham's composite engineering businesses in Leicestershire and Hertfordshire for about £130m.
Meggitt has acquired Precision Micro, the Birmingham-based metal components manufacturer with 150 staff, for undisclosed terms.
Meggitt is to acquire Pacific Scientific Aerospace, the US supplier of aerospace components with 2,100 staff, from Danaher Corporation for £430m.
Meggitt has acquired Ferroperm, the Danish manufacturer of advanced piezo-electric ceramic materials with 54 staff, for £10m.
Meggitt is to acquire K&F Industries, the US-based aerospace parts manufacturer, for £571m.
Meggitt has acquired Keith Products, the US supplier of compact air conditioning systems, for an initial £16m.
Meggitt is to acquire Firearms Training Systems of the US for £76m.
Meggitt is looking to expand its Dorset-based engineering business by making a series of bolt-on acquisitions of up to £100m each.
Meggitt is to acquire Avery-Hardoll, the Dorset-based manufacturer of fluid handling products with 52 staff, from Cobham for £8m.
Meggitt is to acquire Wilcoxon Research, the US manufacturer of sensors, for £8m.
Meggitt has acquired Schreiner, the Canadian manufacturer of military vehicles, for £2.9m.
Meggitt is planning to set up a £7m electronic sensors factory in China next year.
Meggitt is to acquire the US-based Howden Airdynamics and Western Design Howden defence subsidiaries of Charter for £27m.
Meggitt has sold its petroleum systems business to a management buy-in operating under the name of VBi for £3.5m.
Meggitt is to acquire Caswell International, the US supplier of fire training equipment, for £18m.
Meggitt has sold Wayfarer Transit Systems of Poole and Systech Solutions of Croydon to a management buy-out for £15m.
Meggitt has acquired Lodge, the supplier of aerospace sensors and transducers with 100 staff at sites in Basingstoke and Rugby, from Smiths Group for £33m.
Meggitt has acquired a number of military aerospace product lines, including air data transducers, engine management units and flight data recorders, from BAe Systems for £15m.
Meggitt has completed the sale of Swindon-based Meggitt Electronic Components to Tyco Electronics UK for £16m.
Meggitt is to acquire Whittaker Corporation, the US supplier of aerospace parts, for £236m, and expects the deal to strengthen its position as a supplier to Boeing and Airbus.
Meggitt is to acquire Vibro-Meter, the manufacturer of vibration monitoring systems, from Electrowatt of Switzerland for £42m.
Meggitt has bought Hayes Targets, the US developer of infra-red suppresser counter-measures and weapons training aids, from Pemco Aeroplex for $5m.
Meggitt has disposed of six non-core activities to management for £22.8m as it continues to focus on aerospace and electronics engineering.