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Babcock and ST Engineering to collaborate on land capabilities

Babcock and Singapore Technologies Engineering (ST Engineering) have signed a collaboration agreement to offer capabilities across the Land domain, with an initial focus on mortar systems.

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This agreement brings together the companies’ skills, technology, products and integrated solutions to deliver benefits for our customers in the defence sector.

Babcock will work with ST Engineering to pursue defence opportunities in markets of joint interest, combining the benefits of Babcock’s long-standing systems integration experience and close working relationship with the British Armed Forces, with ST Engineering’s advanced Land Systems products.

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Chris Spicer, Managing Director of Engineering & Systems Integration at Babcock’s Land business, said: “This announcement formalises an exciting relationship with ST Engineering, ensuring ST’s unique Land Systems capabilities are embedded in the UK in order to serve our customers’ emerging and complex needs.

"By partnering, our organisations can offer complementary skills, technologies and truly transformative solutions to enhance the delivery of our customers’ critical and complex missions.”

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Tan Pek Tong, Head of International Business, Land Systems at ST Engineering, said: “We are pleased to partner Babcock in exploring opportunities in the UK and other markets. We believe the synergistic capabilities offered by ST Engineering and Babcock can offer compelling operational requirements to deliver mission critical outcomes for our customers."

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