LSE exchange. Sector: Technology. Industry: Scientific & Technical Instruments. Location United Kingdom, Aldershot.

PipeHawk plc [PIP.LUnited Kingdom

14.75USD0.25 (+1.69%)

• At close Fri Nov 04 2022

6,390,654 USD
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About PipeHawk plc

PipeHawk plc engages in the development, assembly, and sale of test system solutions and ground probing radar (GPR) equipment primarily for civil engineering and land mine detection applications in Europe and internationally. It operates through Utility Detection and Mapping Services; Development, Assembly, and Sale of GPR Equipment; and Automation and Test System Solutions segments. The company offers service avoidance, utility mapping, and reinstatement measurement solutions, as well as accessories; provides GPR based services; and undertakes complementary research and development assignments. It also provides utility detection and mapping solutions; solutions and services for electronic system design and manufacture, test equipment, transfer systems, and automation and assembly solutions to the automotive, aerospace, rail, and other related industries; and turnkey solutions for automated assembly process. In addition, the company produces machines, attachments, and tools for railway track renewal and maintenance; manufactures and provides service for specialist equipment to test the skid resistance characteristics of vehicle and pedestrian surfaces; and offers specialist surveying services. PipeHawk plc was incorporated in 2000 and is based in Aldershot, the United Kingdom.

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