Ultra Electronics Holdings Value Stock - Dividend - Research Selection
Market price: 20,06 GBP
Ultra Electronics Holdings Plc Fundamental data and company key figures of the share
|Annual reports in GBP|
|Net operating cash flow||94.600.000|
|Free cash flow||79.700.000|
|Liabilities & Shareholders equity||996.800.000|
|Diluted shares outstanding||70.952.400|
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|Market Capitalization||1.905.514.752,00 USD|
|Raw Data Source||IFRS in Millionen GBP|
Description of the company
The Ultra Electronics Group manages a wide range of specialist capabilities, generating highly-differentiated solutions and products in the Defence & Aerospace, Security & Cyber, Transport and Energy markets. We meet customer needs by applying electronic and software technologies in demanding environments and meeting critical requirements.
Ultra operates through its three divisions: Aerospace & Infrastructure, Communications & Security and Maritime & Land, delivering costeffective, specialist capability technologies at the system, sub-system and component levels through eight distinct market-facing segments.
Ultra’s extensive portfolio of capabilities serves eight market segments; Aerospace; Infrastructure; Nuclear; Communications; C2ISR+; Maritime; Land and Underwater Warfare. Ultra enjoys long-term positions on many complex platforms owing to its diverse technologies, which are fundamental to the performance, safety and mission success on the platforms in which they are incorporated. The segment structure allows Ultra to exploit the specialist capabilities of its 18 businesses simultaneously, allowing the businesses to autonomously respond to changing customer demands in an agile manner whilst maintaining the benefits of being part of a larger Group. Additionally, Ultra seeks topclass partners with the ability and specialist capability to offer a more complete solution and seamlessly “leads or follows” as a nonthreatening mid-tier company in order to satisfy customer needs. The Group harnesses both own- and customer-funded research and development, tailoring its solutions to meet changing customer needs and budgets and sustaining its reputation as an innovative supplier of enabling technology.
Ultra’s core markets remain North America, the UK and Australia. These core markets and target regions allow Ultra to access the largest addressable defence and security budgets in the world, positioning for longterm growth through well-considered partnerships and government relationships.The Group has limited exposure to mainland Europe, supplying only technologies that are unavailable from domestic suppliers, for example, sonobuoys. The Group continues to develop strategic positions in the Middle East, India and South Korea, for which there is a strong pipeline of growth opportunities across its eight market-facing segments. Japan is also a region of interest as opportunities emerge following the reinterpretation of Article 9 of its Constitution and the increase in military and natural threats.
This market position, together with Ultra’s independence, allows the Group to work closely with the world’s prime contractors in chosen markets. The chart above shows Ultra’s major customers, which includes Tier 1 Primes such as Lockheed Martin, Boeing, BAE Systems and international government procurement offices.