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E2V Technologies is to sell its non-core businesses to a new company called SGX Sensortech for £15m, including its scientific instruments division in High Wycombe and industrial gas sensing in Chelmsford.
E2V has secured a £6m Regional Growth Fund grant that will create more than 100 jobs at its technology research centre in Chelmsford over the next three years.
E2V Technologies is to relocate its Lincoln-based microwave electronics operation to a former pharmacy warehouse in Sadler Road by the end of the year, securing the future of 50 jobs.
E2V Technologies is to acquire QP Semiconductor, the US supplier of semiconductor components with 90 staff, for an initial £36m.
E2V Technologies is to acquire MiCS MicroChemical Systems, the Swiss semiconductors manufacturer with 24 staff, for £5m.
E2V Technologies is to acquire Atmel Grenoble, the French electronic components supplier with 450 staff, for £76m.
E2V Technologies has acquired Gresham Scientific Instruments, the High Wycombe-based manufacturer of X-ray detectors, for £5.1m.
E2V Technologies has acquired the microwave sensors business of Dynex Semiconductor, which will involve a number of staff relocating from one Lincoln factory to another.