Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group has been helping our customers to protect people in critical situations for more than 100 years. Today we continue to deliver world-leading applied engineering services and technology to a wide range of global customers, who often rely on us to partner with them to solve the most complex of challenges.
Our Military Aerospace business has worked with the UK MOD, Rolls-Royce and Lockheed Martin for more than 50 years, to support the Royal Air Force C-130 fleet through in depth maintenance, repair and overhaul, and enhancement modifications, and also provide similar services to a further 17 global C-130 operators. We have extensive experience across a broad range of aircraft platforms, in particularly in the field of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
We’re are a Boeing Silver supplier, for the work we do the OEM’s enhanced lightweight auxiliary fuel tanks for the P8 aircraft and on land we have a proven pedigree of delivery, supporting the UK and global armed forces with innovative maintenance and logistics programmes for complex redeployable infrastructure and logistic vehicles.
Our bespoke composites products and services, developed for OEMs and operators in the aerospace, defence and adjacent markets range from precision lightweight structures, such as complex special mission Radomes to large structures for use in naval platforms like submarines and surface vessels.
Our industry-leading apprenticeship scheme has run continuously since 1920 and trained more than 20,000 apprentices, some going on to lead the world in the field.
Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group has more than 1,700 highly skilled colleagues, across UK, Canada, Europe and Middle East, dedicated to setting the highest standards across the industry. We’re part of Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Limited, the private holding company of the Marshall family, founded in 1909, with turnover of nearly £2.6bn in 2019, and more than 6,300 employees.
Head office, Cambridge UK
Tel: +44(0)1223 373737
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