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Doncasters is to invest £16m in the expansion of its gas turbine components factory in Blaenavon, South Wales, with the creation of 125 jobs.

Doncasters has sold Doncasters Medical Technologies, the Derby-based manufacturer of orthopaedic implants and instruments with 430 staff, to Sandvik of Sweden for undisclosed terms.

Doncasters has agreed to acquire FastenTech, the US manufacturer of aerospace engineering components, for £250m.

Doncasters, the engineering and aerospace group with 25 factories and 4,500 staff, is to be acquired by Dubai International Capital for £700m.

Doncasters is expected to create 100 jobs in Blaenavon over the next two years, having established a new "centre of excellence" for the manufacture of precision components.

Doncasters, the engineering group, is being acquired by Royal Bank Private Equity for £181m, and the business will be combined with Ross Catherall of Milton Keynes.

Doncasters has sold the automotive components business of its recently-acquired Triplex Lloyd division to the Phildrew venture capital group for £80m.