Cubic Corp. CEO Brad Feldmann rings the closing bell on the New York Stock Exchange June 13. At far left is Matt Cole, head of the transportation unit. V.P. John Roberti is at far right. Photo courtesy of Cubic Corp.

Cubic Corp. CEO Brad Feldmann rings the closing bell on the New York Stock Exchange June 13. At far left is Matt Cole, head of the transportation unit. V.P. John Roberti is at far right. Photo courtesy of Cubic Corp.

Executives with Cubic Corp. rang the bell and banged the gavel at the close of trading June 13 at the New York Stock Exchange.

Cubic leadership was in New York to meet with securities analysts for the day.

With $1.49 billion in revenue last year, the San Diego business is not the largest company on the stock exchange. However, it occupies a niche that is markedly different from its peers. Cubic specializes in technology for national defense and mass transit providers, serving an international market.

In remarks before analysts, executives spoke of achievements as well as future initiatives. The latter includes Goal 2020, in which management is aiming for double-digit organic revenue growth as well as significant margin expansion over 2017.