About us

Trusted technology for demanding applications

Solid State plc (AIM:SOLI) is a value added electronics group supplying commercial, industrial and defence markets with durable components, assemblies and manufactured units for use in specialist and harsh environments.

The company has particular expertise in industrial and ruggedised computing, displays, battery power solutions, communications including antennas and secure radio systems, imaging technologies, electrical and electronic components.

The Group specialises in complex engineering challenges often requiring design-in support and component sourcing. Serving industries with demands for complex, performance-critical products, the Solid State trading brands have become recognised industry leaders through consistently delivering product quality, high service standards and comprehensive technical support.

Through an in-depth knowledge of its core markets and available technology, Solid State is an established supplier to clients with exacting standards in the defence, energy production, aerospace, environmental, oceanographic, industrial, robotics, medical, life sciences, and transportation sectors.

Headquartered in Redditch, UK, Solid State employs over 400 people across the UK and USA. The business has five production facilities in the UK and two in the USA. In total, including all office locations, the group has 14 sites on both sides of the Atlantic.

In 2021 Solid State PLC celebrated 50 years since the company was established and 25 years since being admitted to AIM.

The securities of Solid State Plc are ONLY traded on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM). There are no restrictions on the transfer of AIM securities.

Solid State Plc is incorporated in the UK.

Registered office: 2 Ravensbank Business Park, Hedera Road, Redditch, Worcestershire B98 9EY, UK.

Registered in England and Wales no. 771335.

The main country of operation of Solid State plc is the UK.

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