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Shares of military equipment maker Chemring rose to a 15-month high in early trade after the company unveiled plans to sell off parts of its business. The company, which also makes signal flares and parts for ejector seats, said it had already
Published in Company Comment on 11 October 2013 Chemring Group plc (LON:CHG) issues a disappointing trading update. North American business had been materially affected by the US government shutdown. The company claimed its October order intake, and
Development of a new, lighter weight water-jet disruptor for disabling explosive devices has been announced by Chemring EOD of Britain...It weighs about 1.6 pounds fully loaded -- about one-third the weight of the Pigstick developed in Britain in the
Act Developmental Testing and Evaluation (DT&E) Designation by the US Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology (DHS S&T). Differential Mobility Spectrometry (DMS). The Benefits of DMS over currently available products include improved
Suggested Topics After only two months at the helm of defence firm Chemring, new chief executive Mark Papworth today used the firm's own ejector seats, replacing his finance boss and appointing a head of human resources in a boardroom shake-up...
Suggested Topics The chief executive of Chemring, in the takeover sights of US private equity house Carlyle, yesterday experienced the defence firm's own ejector seats, leaving "with immediate effect"...Chemring flagged up Mr Papworth's skills in "
The predator has until 9 November to announce a formal offer, the second extension granted by the takeover panel. But Chemring has just announced the sudden departure of chief executive David Price, who will leave immediately and will be replaced by
US private equity group Carlyle had until tonight to either make a firm offer or walk away, but that deadline has now been extended by the takeover panel to 9 November. Chemring said the move was "to enable the parties to continue their ongoing
The U.S. military has ordered more than 100 biological agent detection systems from the U.S. subsidiary of Britain's Chemring Group. Chemring Detection Systems, which has headquarters in North Carolina, said the contract was issued by the Edgewood
News in pictures Two British firms have been named in a list of the top 10 fastest growing aerospace and defence companies in the world. Meggitt, based at Bournemouth Airport in Dorset, and Chemring, with headquarters in Fareham, Hampshire, were