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Stadium Group

Stadium Group is to set up a £1m Manufacturing Centre of Excellence at its 6,000 sq m electronics plant in Hartlepool, safeguarding the future of more than 100 jobs.

Stadium Group is to acquire Stontronics, the Reading-based electronics manufacturer with 30 staff, for up to £6.5m.

Stadium Group is to invest £1.5m in the expansion of its electronics factory in Hartlepool, with the creation of 30 jobs.

Stadium Group is to create 20 new jobs at its electronics manufacturing business in Hartlepool over the next year.

Stadium Group has acquired IGT Industries, the Southampton-based manufacturer of intelligent displays with 65 staff, for up to £4.2m.

Stadium Group is looking to double the size of its Teesside-based electronics business over the next few years, with the creation of dozens of jobs.

Stadium Group has sold its London-based branded plastics business to Flambeau Europlast for £2.5m.

Stadium Group has acquired Zirkon, the Rugby-based industrial instrumentation firm with 84 staff, for £2.5m.

Stadium Group has acquired Fox Industries, the Leicester-based distributor of power supplies and electronic equipment, for £0.1m.

Stadium Group has acquired Ferrus Power, the Peterborough-based supplier of custom power converters and power supplies, for £0.7m.

Stadium Group has acquired KRP Power Source, the Newbury-based distributor of power supplies, for £0.7m.

Stadium Group has sold its plastic injection moulding division, including sites in Hartlepool, Hinckley and Newton Abbot, to a management team in a deal worth more than £10m.

Stadium Group has announced a £15m investment in the development of a fashion retail park at Fforestfach in Swansea, including 14 shop units and the creation of about 500 jobs.

Stadium has sold its Stadium Plastics injection moulding business to management for about £7m.

Stadium Group has sold its Consumer Products Division, which distributes branded automotive and furniture products, to management for £1m.

Stadium Group has sold Peachman Refrigeration to Longstore for £0.8m, in order to focus on electronic manufacturing services.

Stadium Group has sold the recently-acquired refrigeration division of Beales Hunter to Sabroe Refrigeration of Denmark for £7m.

Stadium, the Teesside plastics and electronics group, is planning to create a further 40 jobs at its Harlepool factory by the end of the year to cope with rising demand.