Meggitt, which manufactures parts for aerospace, defence and energy companies, expects organic revenue growth to be in the low- to mid-single digits in civil aerospace, civil aftermarket and military. It also forecast a continued decline in energy, reflecting weakness in the broader energy market.
The company said reported revenue for 2016 is likely to benefit from acquisitions announced earlier this year.
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Meanwhile, trading during October and November will be in line with guidance given in a trading update in October.
In October, Meggitt warned full-year underlying operating profit coming in "meaningfully below" its current estimate of £369m.
Meggitt shares were up by 0.6 per cent at 379.8p per the share at the open.