£58 million sell-off focuses AEA on pollution services

August 2006
Professional Engineering;8/16/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 15, p9
Trade Publication
The article reports that AEA Technology of Oxfordshire, England has sold several businesses with a total value of £58.3 million. The sale will allow AEA to focus on its environmental operations. AEA has signed a conditional agreement with investment firm, Vision Capital to sell its rail division, WMT business which packages radioactive wastes, ESI engineering business and energy unit Kinetics.


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