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Cobham to Bring 120 Jobs to Exeter, New Hampshire

EXETER, NH – Cobham Antenna Systems — a world leader in the design and manufacture of communication systems and antennas serving commercial aviation, defense and law enforcement – is consolidating their operations by bringing 120 new jobs from Methuen, Massachusetts to their Exeter, New Hampshire plant.

“We are excited about this move to New Hampshire, including the expansion of our Exeter plant” said John Moore, Vice-President of Cobham’s Microwave Component business unit. “Consolidating the specialized design and manufacturing of microwave and electro-mechanical rotating devices will greatly complement what we do here in Exeter.”  As part of this consolidation, Cobham will close its 80,000 square foot plant in Methuen, Massachusetts.

Michael Bergeron, Business Development Manager, and Christine Davis, Business Resource Specialist, with the N.H. Division of Economic Development, worked with Cobham in this move to New Hampshire.  “New Hampshire’s low taxes, business friendly attitude, and available space, helped Cobham in their decision to relocate,” said Bergeron.

Cobham is an international company that employs more than 10,000 people on five continents, with customers and partners in more than 100 countries.

For further information on the benefits of New Hampshire, contact Michael Bergeron at 603-271-2591.

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