Babcock International Group PLC Share Price

Babcock International Group PLC competes in the Industrial Services sector and Engineering & Construction industry. It is headquartered in London, GB and is traded on the London Stock Exchange, through the symbol BAB-LN.

£281.10
-1.64%
Previous Close:
£284.00 -4.38% (August 13th, 2020)

Latest Share Trading Activity for Babcock International Group PLC

Day Open
£285.80(previous open £295.00)
Day High
£285.80(previous high £296.00)
Day Low
£273.15(previous low £284.00)

About Babcock International Group PLC

Company Description
Babcock International Group Plc engages in the provision of engineering support services to government organizations and key industries in the private sector. It operates through the following business segments: Marine, Land, Aviation, and Nuclear. The Marine segment provides through-life support of submarines, naval ships, and infrastructure; and operates an international naval support business. The Land segment offers large-scale critical vehicle fleet management, equipment support, and technical training for military and civil customers. The Aviation segment includes military flying training programs and aerial emergency services. The Nuclear segment consists of nuclear decommissioning programs and projects, nuclear engineering services in training and operation support, new build program management, design and installation, and critical safety training. The company was founded in 1891 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Archibald Anderson Bethel
Website Address
http://babcock.co.uk
Postal Address
33 Wigmore Street Greater London GB
Phone Number
44.20.7355.5300

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