Sparton Corporation Relocates Headquarters to De Leon Springs, Florida
The company designs, develops, and produces proprietary products for domestic and foreign defense, and commercial needs. It comprises three divisions with a range of engineered products spanning sonobuoys to inertial systems to ruggedized displays and rugged computers.
According to company officials, “the relocation is a reflection of Sparton's belief in and commitment to Volusia County, and its diverse and highly talented community of professionals and skilled workforce.”
"Sparton has had a significant presence in De Leon Springs for more than three decades and we have always been impressed with the talent, expertise and dedication of the workforce in our De Leon Springs facility. Several of our employees have been here for more than 30 years and we are proud to formally recognize De Leon Springs as our headquarters," stated Bill Toti, President and CEO of Sparton.
The company noted its Sparton Undersea Warfare Solutions division is a world leader in the design, development, testing and production of complex maritime electronic mechanical systems, including; sonobuoys in support of Anti-Submarine Warfare, submarine deployed products supporting Undersea Warfare, and depth-rated encapsulated systems to support Subsea and Seabed Warfare. Its Sparton Aydin division is the industry leader in the design development, testing and production of ruggedized displays for military and industrial use. Its Sparton Stealth division is a leading manufacturer and supplier of industrial computer components, and industrial-grade small form factor PCs.
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