UK group Cobham acquires technology company Spectronic  

2004.11.05
The UK group Cobham has acquired Danish technology company Spectronic for DKK 232 mn

The UK group Cobham has acquired Danish technology company Spectronic for DKK 232 mn (USD 39.4 mn). Spectronic develops, manufacturers and markets electronic surveillance equipment for government intelligent agencies worldwide. Cobham has in recent years acquired 40 companies, all of which produce equipment for surveillance and combating crime.

 

Allan Cook, managing director of Cobham says the company is particularly interested in Spectronic's products for capturing information in internet applications, a market in rapid growth. Together with the US based Cobham company DTC, Spectronic will become the largest player in the world for audio surveillance solutions.

 

Spectronic is headquartered in Grenaa, Jutland and employs 50 people. In 2003, Spectronic generated a surplus of DKK 12 mn (USD 2 mn). Governments in 80 countries throughout the world use surveillance equipment from the company. Equipment for surveying telephone lines and the internet is among its most profitable business areas. The news is reported by ComputerWorld.

 

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