Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd.1 offers a range of products and services through its four sectors: Aerospace, Electronics, Land Systems and Marine. ST Aerospace is a commercial airframe maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) provider. During the year ended December 31, 2006, ST Aerospace reorganized its core operations under two business segments: Aircraft Maintenance & Modification (AMM) and Component & Engine Total Support (CETS).
ST Electronics is an electronics and Information Communications Technology (ICT) systems house. ST Kinetics is a defense company, with a portfolio of products and services for the defense, homeland security and commercial markets. ST Marine provides turnkey shipbuilding, ship conversion and ship repair services to a worldwide customer base in the naval and commercial markets. In April 2007, ST Aerospace Engineering Pte Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of ST Aerospace, acquired Pacific Flight Services Pty Ltd.
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- Chairman - Seah Lim Huat, Peter
- November 3, 2008 - ST Marine clinches Bluestone Offshore's conversion contract2 - Platform supply ship to be retrofitted as geotechnical survey vessel at Benoi yard. Signalling that there continues to be work in all segments of the offshore and marine sector, ST Engineering's marine unit, ST Marine, tied up a $3 million conversion job from Singapore-based Bluestone Offshore.
- October 1, 2008 - ST Engg will acquire assets at distress values3 - Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd, Asia's biggest aircraft maintenance company, will seek acquisitions as a global financial crisis cuts asset prices.
- September 30, 2008 - ST Aerospace to expand in Asia, up China spending4 - Singapore Technologies Aerospace, Asia's biggest plane-maintenance company, plans to open a new base in the region and raise investments in China as economic growth boosts air travel.
- September 30, 2008 - ST Engg US unit clinches US$393m navy deal5 - ST Engineering's US shipyard unit VT Halter Marine has secured a US$393 million contract for Phase II of the Egyptian Navy's Fast Missile Craft (FMC) project. This new deal, in addition to another US$13.5 million awarded due to changes in work scope in Phase I brings the total contract value for the overall project for the three FMCs to US$642 million.
- September 24, 2008 - ST Engg unit wins Airbus contract6 - SINGAPORE Technologies Engineering (ST Engg) has announced that ST Aviation Services Co (Sasco), a subsidiary of Singapore Technologies Aerospace, has been awarded a contract by Airbus to provide heavy maintenance checks for 19 A330 aircraft leased to Singapore Airlines (SIA).
- September 17, 2008 - ST Engg unit wins RSAF training deal7 - SINGAPORE Technologies Engineering (ST Engineering) announced yesterday that its aerospace arm, Singapore Technologies Aerospace (ST Aerospace), has landed a contract worth $105 million to provide flying instruction to the Ministry of Defence.