Eaton to sell division to Safran for $270 million

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2014/01/20 | 77 words | AVIATION WORLD NEWS | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY
Eaton to sell division to Safran for $270 million © Eaton Aerospace

Eaton Corp (ETN.N) on Monday said it would sell its aerospace power distribution unit to Safran SA (SAF.PA) for $270 million, in a deal that is expected to close in the first half of 2014.

The division makes switches and power distribution items for use in aerospace systems, including cockpits, Eaton said in a statement. The unit had sales of about $102 million in 2013.

Shares of Eaton closed Friday at $76.85.

(Reporting by Ryan Vlastelica; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)

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