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TMD acquires G2 Engineering

Posted 1 March 2018 · Add Comment

Hayes headquartered Technologies Limited (TMD) has announced the acquisition of G2 Engineering Limited, a small, specialist hi-tech microwave design and manufacturing company currently based in nearby Greenford, West London.

Established some 18 years ago, G2 Engineering is engaged in the design and manufacture of a range of radar transponders and support equipment for applications that include UAVs, missiles, and manned aircraft. Prominent existing customers of G2 Engineering include MBDA and QinetiQ.
                                 
Miniature transponder from G2 Engineering – now part of the TMD family of mcrowave and RF products.

Dave Brown, TMD’s Managing Director said: ”G2 Engineering is respected within its specialist area of the microwave and RF industry and was well known to us because they supply to many of the same customers as we do. This acquisition will benefit all – and offer increased potential for new business opportunities.”

TMD’s product ranges are fully complementary with many radar, EW and comms systems requiring both TMD and G2 Engineering products – enabling TMD to offer an expanded, high value package to its customers, with all the advantages of more seamless integration and enhanced service.

TMD’s new acquisition company will initially trade as ‘G2 Engineering, a TMD Technologies Company’ and is scheduled to move into TMD’s premises in Hayes, West London in the next few weeks.



With a heritage dating back to the 1940s, TMD Technologies Limited (TMD) is a designer and manufacturer of professional microwave and RF products. At the company headquarters in Hayes, West London it produces specialised transmitters, amplifiers, microwave power modules (MPMs), high voltage power supplies and microwave tubes for radar, EW and communications applications. Twice a Queen’s Award winner, it also produces a range of advanced instrumentation microwave amplifiers for EMC testing, scientific and medical applications.

 

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