98 : Cobham plc
Top 100 Revenue: $173,304,406
Defense revenue: $169,569,904
Civilian revenue: $3,734,501
2009 revenue: $2.8 billion
2009 earnings : $1.7 billion
2008 revenue: $2.2 billion
2008 earnings: $1.1 billion
Number of employees: 12000
Headquarters: Dorset, U.K.
Web address: http://www.cobham.com
President/CEO: Andy Stevens, chief executive
Head of gov't business: Charlie Stuff, executive vice president, Cobham North America
Ticker: COB
Lines of business: Avionics and surveillance, defense systems, mission systems and aviation services
Major customers: Navy, Army and Air Force
Major contracts/projects: Cobham is working on a $46 million contract from the Naval Air Systems Command manufacturing its low band transmitter-antenna group for Navy and Marine Corps electronic warfare aircraft. The original contract called for 60 low band transmitters and an associated number of antenna assemblies. The most recent award brings the total number of production transmitters ordered to 217 of 292 required transmitters.
Previous Profile: 2009
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers, Houlihan Lokey

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