Cubic Defence NZ targets corporate along with military and security customers

Sun, 12 Apr 2015

By Fiona Rotherham April 10 (BusinessDesk) - High-tech exporter Cubic Defence NZ is setting its sights on selling military training systems to corporate customers. The Auckland-based company, a subsidiary of the listed American defence and transportation company Cubic Corporation, has since the mid-1980s been selling high technology training simulators for defence and security forces which allow them to train troops in the field with a high degree of realism. It has 130 staff, annual revenue in the range of $65 million to $75 million,...

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