AAE Makes Structure and Leadership Changes

Applied Acoustic Engineering (AAE) has announced changes to the structure and leadership of the company.

The most significant development sees the establishment of a group of companies, operating under the guidance of AAE Technologies (AAET). With AAET at the helm, the trading group is comprised of three separate companies – Applied Acoustic Engineering, Ensign Subsea Systems, and Modulus Technology.

Applied Acoustic Engineering (AAE) will continue to operate in its current guise, designing and building subsea acoustic products and systems for sub-bottom profiling and acoustic positioning operations.

Modulus Technology has been incorporated to act as a custom engineering arm of the group. The group structure is completed by the addition of Ensign Subsea Systems, AAE’s military and defence sales subsidiary company.

The three trading companies are wholly owned subsidiaries of the AAE Technologies Group and will remain under the ownership of AAE’s founder and current directors.

In addition to the reorganised trading arrangements of company, Group Chairman Adam Darling welcomed Neil MacDonald and Gavin Willoughby as directors of the subsidiary businesses, both long term employees of Applied Acoustics with over 25 years of combined experience with the company.

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