ST Engineering is a global defence and engineering group of over 100 subsidiaries in 29 cities in 17 countries. Its customer base covers over 60 countries.


Its United States headquarters is a subsidiary Vision Technologies Systems Inc. (VTS), set up in 2001 in Virginia, near Washington, D.C.. VTS delivers the engineering services of ST Engineering to the United States in the areas of aerospace, electronics, land systems and marine. VTS oversees subsidiaries and affiliates throughout the continental US and in Canada, providing total customer service through the development of transformational technologies.

China is also an important market for the Singapore Technologies Engineering Group, where it has presence in the Aerospace, Electronics and Land Systems sectors and plans to further expand its businesses there, including the Marine sector. The Group's key operations in China comprise an aircraft MRO facility in Shanghai; an IT software development in Shenzhen and R&D centre in Shanghai; automotive maintenance centres in Guangzhou and Hangzhou; and factories in Beijing and Guiyang to produce specialty vehicles for the construction and mining industries. The Group also has representative offices in Beijing, Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Chengdu. The group also has representative offices in India and Kazakhstan.

ST Engineering was one of the sponsors of the 2006 Shangri-La Dialogue.

In Mar 2007, ST Engineering has been ranked 19th in the Aerospace & Defence industry and 1661th of 2,000 of the world's largest public companies by Forbes.[1]


  1. The World's 2,000 Largest Public Companies. Forbes (2007). Retrieved on 2008-01-10.

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