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Qinetiq Group says on track to meet FY expectations
Qinetiq wins 127 mln stg Typhoon contract from UK MOD
QinetiQ Group HY Statutory Operating Profit £61.6 Mln Vs. £68.5 Mln
QinetiQ Group plc is a science and engineering company operating in the defense, security and aerospace markets. The Company's segments include EMEA Services and Global Products. The EMEA Services segment provides technical assurance, test and evaluation, and training services. It provides research and advice in specialist areas, such as concept of command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, weapons and energetics, cyber security and procurement advisory services. The Global Products segment delivers solutions and undertakes contract-funded research and development, developing intellectual property in partnership with customers and through internal funding. It offers advice, services and technology-based products. Its customers include government organizations, including defense departments, as well as international customers. The Company operates in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Sweden, the United Arab Emirates and the United States.
Aerospace & Defense
Cody Technology Park, Old Ively Road
Neil Anthony Johnson
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Deputy Chairman and Senior Independent Non-Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Group General Counsel, Company Secretary
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British defense company Qinetiq Group said it would postpone a decision on whether to propose paying a full-year dividend until later in 2020, citing uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
British defense company QinetiQ <QQ.L> said it agreed to acquire a Germany-based air training company for 70 million euros ($85.48 million), providing it with exposure to a new and growing European market, and boosting its shares.
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