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Solid State plc (AIM: SOLI) – cracking results and MoJ contract progressing well

07/07/2015 · Solid State plc (SSP) 

The AIM listed supplier of specialist industrial/ruggedised computers, electronic components, secure communications systems and battery power solutions to the electronics market, announced terrific results for the year ending 31st March 2015. Of perhaps greatest significance, the Ministry of Justice contract is progressing well!

Solid State plc provides specialist design-in and manufacturing services to those acquiring industrial/rugged computing products, battery power solutions, secure communications systems and electronic components for use in harsh environments. 

Serving niche markets in oil & gas production, medical, construction, security, military and field maintenance, the Group acts as both a distributor to OEMs and bespoke manufacturer of specialist units to clients with complex requirements.

The Group is headquartered in Redditch and employs over…

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