ENSCO Restructures

By Tish Drake | January 5, 2012
Send Feedback

ENSCO, based in Falls Church, Va., is restructuring, forming a wholly owned avionics subsidiary, ENSCO Avionics, a move that will allow "these businesses to increase their concentration within their distinct market areas and better manage corporate liability," according to the company.

"We are excited about this important realignment within the company to bring better focus and attention to these critical business areas. This allows us to reduce distractions and provide even better customer service, build company branding and offer a higher level of quality development and service to our growing base of customers," said Greg Young, ENSCO's president and CEO.

ENSCO Avionics provides safety- and mission-critical engineering, software, hardware engineering and vision systems solutions to the aerospace industry through specific focus on DO-178B, DO-254, SEAL and military standards.

This year, the company expanded its North American presence into the Canadian market by opening a new office in Montreal. The company has formed a wholly owned subsidiary, ENSCO Avionics Canada, that will provide engineering, products and services to the broad base of aerospace customers, both government and commercial, in Québec as well as throughout Canada.

Receive the latest avionics news right to your inbox