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While the commercial business "has been under recent pressure due to low oil prices, it is expected to recover and add value," Hewson said.
About 75 percent of Sikorsky's business is military, and 25 percent commercial. About half of Sikorsky's annual revenue comes from international customers in more than 40 countries. The deal, expected to close by early next year, will be Lockheed's biggest acquisition since the merger in of Lockheed Corp.
Sikorsky, a unit of United Technologies Corp.
Low oil prices had driven down demand for its helicopters from oil and gas exploration companies. The Coatesville plant builds the S and SD helicopters used for off-shore oil, emergency medical, search and rescue, and executive and VIP transport, Jackson said.
Sikorsky's military choppers, the Black Hawk and Seahawk, are manufactured mainly in Stratford, Conn. The Coatesville facility will have full-time employees after the job cuts, Jackson said.
Lockheed, a Bethesda, Md. Lockheed plans to add Sikorsky to its mission systems and training unit.
Sikorsky will retain its headquarters in Stratford, Conn. Sikorsky will face some revenue and earnings pressures for several years, but should see improved market conditions in the commercial sector and growth in new military production around late orLockheed chief financial officer Bruce Tanner told analysts in Monday's call.
We are happy to have this business.Notably, Lockheed Martin’s international business contributed to 27% of total sales in ; while. more than 40% of the company’s new business was derived from international customers.
For those eligible for retiree medical, plan insurance premiums have exceeded “caps” or maximum company contributions established shortly after the merger of Lockheed and Martin Marietta to ensure the corporation’s future viability in the midst of volatile cost projections.
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