Curtiss-Wright to acquire 901D Holdings
Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions is set to acquire 901D Holdings by the end of December 2019.
The acquisition will enhance Curtiss-Wright’s position in the market for ruggedised shipboard enclosures and electronic subsystems.
The deal is subject to the receipt of regulatory approval and other closing conditions.
901D designs and manufactures mission-critical integrated electronic systems, subsystems and ruggedised shipboard enclosure solutions for US Navy platforms.
Lynn Bamford, senior vice president and general manager, defense and power, said: ‘With the acquisition of 901D, Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division firmly establishes its position as a leading designer and manufacturer of MIL-SPEC naval shipboard ruggedised enclosure and electronic subsystems.
‘Combined with our current mission-critical maritime solutions, this acquisition further expands our ability to provide shipboard solutions on all US aircraft carriers, submarines, surface combatants and amphibious ships.’
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