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Babcock Selected As Preferred Bidder For UK Naval Frigate Programme
Babcock Group Wins Contract To Build Royal Navy Frigates - FT
Babcock International Issues EUR550 Mln 8-Year Bonds Due 2027
Babcock International Group PLC is a holding company. The Company provides engineering services. Its segments include Marine and Technology, Defence and Security, Support Services and International. The Marine and Technology segment delivers support to the United Kingdom Royal Navy's submarines, naval ships and infrastructure. It also offers solutions in engineering, equipment management, consultancy, information and knowledge management. The Defence and Security segment offers engineering and training support services. The Support Services segment delivers services to both public and private sector customers across three areas: civil nuclear, asset management and technical training. The International segment is engaged in developing its aviation emergency services business, Mission Critical Services (MCS). The Company serves customers in the United Kingdom and around the world across four market sectors, including marine, land, aviation, and nuclear.
33 Wigmore Street
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Archie Anderson Bethel
Chief Executive, Executive Director
Group Finance Director, Executive Director
Chief Executive - Land, Executive Director
Chief Executive - Cavendish Nuclear
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Babcock International <BAB.L> won a contract to design new Type 31 frigates on Thursday as Britain seeks to revive its once-mighty shipbuilding industry.
British engineering services group Babcock International Group Plc on Monday confirmed that it had rejected an offer by rival Serco Group in January to combine the two companies in a deal that would have created a company worth 4 billion pounds.
British engineering services group Babcock International Group Plc on Monday confirmed that it had rejected an offer made by rival Serco Group back in January to combine the two companies in a deal which would have created a company worth 4 billion pounds ($5.04 billion)
** Shares of British engineering services group Babcock International Group Plc rise 4%
Britain's Babcock International Group said Rolls-Royce non-executive director Ruth Cairnie would take over from outgoing chairman Mike Turner, becoming the first woman to hold the role at the engineering and defence services provider.
Britain's Babcock International Group said on Wednesday that Rolls-Royce non-executive director Ruth Cairnie would take over from outgoing chairman Mike Turner, becoming the first woman to take on the role at the firm.
** Shares of British defence contractor down 5 pct - top loser on the Midcap index
British engineering and defence firm Babcock International said on Thursday it was closing its Appledore shipyard in Devon, a "difficult" decision after orders ran out.
British engineering and defence firm Babcock International <BAB.L> said it was closing its Appledore shipyard in Devon, a "difficult" decision after orders ran out.
Security services group Gruppo Servizi Associati (GSA) wants to grow in Spain, France and Switzerland and is also looking at the Italian assets of Babcock International, the head of the private equity fund controlling the company said.
Barclays Plc said it would add Mike Turner, current chair of British engineering firms Babcock International Group Plc and GKN, to its board as a non-executive director.
Babcock International Group Plc six months ended 30 September 2017
* group is trading in line with our expectations and outlook for year is unchanged
* 76% of revenue in place for 2017/18; 52% in place for 2018/19
Britain's Babcock International Group Plc <BAB.L> said it was selected as a preferred bidder for a deal worth about 360 million pounds to provide support services to Royal Navy warships over seven years.
Babcock International <BAB.L> reached a deal with Britain's Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) on Monday to end a contract to clean up 12 Magnox nuclear sites, pulling 800 million pounds ($1.01 billion) from Babcock's order book.
British engineering outsourcer Babcock <BAB.L> expects to benefit from U.S. President Donald Trump's demand that NATO members spend more on defence, helping it to avoid the turmoil hitting peers who are winning fewer contracts after Brexit.
Babcock International <BAB.L> remains on track to achieve its full-year targets, the British engineering support and outsourcing company said on Tuesday, noting that order intake remained strong.
* Defence sector underpinned by world politics shift (Adds comment on international business, outlook, shares)
Babcock International <BAB.L> aims to expand its foreign business to make up 30 percent of sales, CEO Archie Bethel said on Tuesday, adding that prospects for the defence sector had been underpinned by recent political events.
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