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First Technology

First Technology has sold its crash test dummies business to private equity firm HgCapital for £50m, as parent company Honeywell plans to focus on First Technology's gas sensing and automotive operations.

First Technology, the Surrey-based safety device engineering company, is to be acquired by Honeywell International of the US for £207m.

First Technology has sold RDI, its French component distribution business, to Axess Technology for about £3m.

First Technology is to acquire BW Technologies, the Canadian supplier of portable gas detection instruments, for £106m, and has also announced the acquisition of ATMI's life safety systems division for £6m.

First Technology is to acquire 90% of EnviteC-Wismar, the German manufacturer of sensor products, for £8.4m.

First Technology has acquired Thames Side-Maywood, the manufacturer of custom load cells for the crash barrier testing and industrial weighing markets, from Halma.

First Technology has acquired HITEC, the supplier of strain gauges, for up to £2.9m.

First Technology is to acquire Capteur Sensors and Analysers, the manufacturer of gas sensors, for £9.4m.

First Technology is to acquire City Technology, the maker of gas-testing equipment, for £100m.