Aeronautical & General Instruments

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Aeronautical & General Instruments manufactures and markets instruments and systems for the defense and civil markets worldwide. The Company’s products in the field of marine instrumentation include AGILOG military electromagnetic (EM) speed log systems, navigation information system EM speed log and meteorological systems, AGIMET solid-state wind and meteorological measurement systems, MORIAH wind measurement and data distribution systems, ship helicopter operational limits display systems, universal data distribution systems, multi function color repeaters, monochrome LCD repeaters, tape heading repeaters, and landing period designators. Its products in the field of naval aviation cover carrier and non-carrier solutions; and barrel care include gun barrel bore gauge systems, AGICAM visual camera inspection systems, and bore cleaning systems. The Company also offers airport equipment, such as meteorological systems, AGIMET air automated weather observing systems, and AGIVIS instrumented runway visual range systems for surface wind information, as well as provides tactical approach lighting systems.
TypePrivate
Founded1915
HQPoole, GB
Websiteagiltd.co.uk

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Employees (est.) (Mar 2020)181(-1%)
Revenue (FY, 2018)£17.7 M

Aeronautical & General Instruments Office Locations

Aeronautical & General Instruments has an office in Poole
Poole, GB (HQ)
Fleets Point, Willis Way
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Aeronautical & General Instruments Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

1915
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Aeronautical & General Instruments Revenue

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Aeronautical & General Instruments's revenue was reported to be £17.72 m in FY, 2018
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Revenue (FY, 2018)

17.7m

Gross profit (FY, 2018)

8.7m

Gross profit margin (FY, 2018), %

48.9%

Net income (FY, 2018)

4.2m

EBIT (FY, 2018)

4.1m

Cash (31-Mar-2018)

533.0k
GBPFY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

Revenue

20.1m20.5m20.8m18.9m20.5m17.7m17.7m

Cost of goods sold

11.8m11.8m11.6m10.3m12.4m9.5m9.1m

Gross profit

8.3m8.7m9.2m8.7m8.1m8.2m8.7m

Gross profit Margin, %

41%42%44%46%40%46%49%
GBPFY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

Cash

6.9m8.8m41.7k3.0m2.5m1.3m533.0k

Accounts Receivable

3.5m5.4m4.2m4.3m4.5m5.7m5.0m

Inventories

1.9m2.3m2.5m2.4m2.3m2.5m2.2m

Current Assets

13.2m16.9m7.2m10.8m13.9m18.1m20.1m
GBPY, 2018

Financial Leverage

1.3 x
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Aeronautical & General Instruments Online and Social Media Presence

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COVID 19 – Company Update

We wanted to reassure you on the action AGI is taking to review its business processes during the Covid-19 situation. Our key focus is trying to reduce the risk of employees becoming ill from the virus while maintaining a functioning business. The post COVID 19 – Company Update appeared first on Aer…

Apprenticeships Video – What’s it like to work for AGI

Our current AGI Engineering, Project Management and Finance apprentices talk about their experiences at AGI so far. The post Apprenticeships Video – What’s it like to work for AGI appeared first on Aeronautical & General Instruments (AGI) Ltd..

Apprentice Diaries – Q&A With Our Newest Apprentices

Here is a Q&A with our newest Apprentices, Jake and Kundi, to see how they are finding life between AGI and College so far. This is the first entry of our apprentice diaries at AGI. The post Apprentice Diaries – Q&A With Our Newest Apprentices appeared first on Aeronautical & General I…

From the Field to the AGI Office

What is life like after you leave the Armed Forces? How do you progress with your career? Leon Twigg, Supply Chain Manager in the Army, has recently been with AGI on a work placement as part of his transition into office life. He gives his observations after job shadowing our Project Management team…

AGI Recognised as Top International Performer in the Central South

Accountancy and Business advisory firm BDO LLP’s most recent analysis of the mid-market has shown that AGI is one of the Central South’s success stories in achieving sustained international growth. The post AGI Recognised as Top International Performer in the Central South appeared first on Aeronau…

AGI aides Arctic climate change research mission

AGI has recently supplied the largest polar expedition in history with portable runway lighting to enable emergency supplies to be provided to research vessel Polarstern whilst it drifts in ice for the next year, gathering data on global climate change. The post AGI aides Arctic climate change rese…
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Aeronautical & General Instruments Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Aeronautical & General Instruments founded?

    Aeronautical & General Instruments was founded in 1915.

  • How many employees does Aeronautical & General Instruments have?

    Aeronautical & General Instruments has 181 employees.

  • What is Aeronautical & General Instruments revenue?

    Latest Aeronautical & General Instruments annual revenue is £17.7 m.

  • What is Aeronautical & General Instruments revenue per employee?

    Latest Aeronautical & General Instruments revenue per employee is £97.9 k.

  • Who are Aeronautical & General Instruments competitors?

    Competitors of Aeronautical & General Instruments include Kale Aerospace, Valcor Engineering and Aircraft Spruce.

  • Where is Aeronautical & General Instruments headquarters?

    Aeronautical & General Instruments headquarters is located at Fleets Point, Willis Way, Poole.

  • Where are Aeronautical & General Instruments offices?

    Aeronautical & General Instruments has an office in Poole.

  • How many offices does Aeronautical & General Instruments have?

    Aeronautical & General Instruments has 1 office.