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STS Defence joins Cicor Group

Posted 24 January 2024

Gosport based STS Defence announced today that following regulatory approvals it has joined the Cicor Group.

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Cicor is one of Europe's fastest growing manufacturers of highly reliable electronics for defence & aerospace, medical and industrial applications. As part of Cicor, STS Defence will bring industry leading expertise in mission-system manufacturing, modernisation and sustainment of defence and aerospace solutions.

STS Defence will now continue the successful growth of recent years as part of Cicor UK, which also includes Axis Electronics, based in Bedford.

By combining the strengths of Axis Electronics, which was acquired in 2021 and STS Defence, Cicor is now positioned to deliver on demanding customer programmes with a focus on the UK market.

STS Defence is committed to continue providing superior engineering and technology services from the existing site under the current management team. The continued operation and the integration of STS Defence employees into the Cicor Group will ensure continuity for clients.

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