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24.05.2018, 11:21

Atalian Servest Announces First Acquisitions

Company News, EMEA
Atalian Servest which was recently created by the merger of facility service groups Atalian and Servest, has announced a double acquisition.

 

Atalian Servest further strengthens its offering in the contract catering sector through the acquisition of Unique Catering and Management Services Limited. The Group also bolsters its service offering under the Arthur Mckay building services group with Thermotech Solutions Limited, a leading provider of active fire protection systems, HVAC and mechanical services.

 

Thermotech Solutions delivers design, installation and maintenance services to an established blue-chip client base operating across the UK. The acquisition will increase Atalian Servest’s footprint in the retail, commercial, industrial, residential and public sectors. In addition, it will enable the organisation to provide a critical self-delivered solution in the rapidly expanding fire protection sector to its growing European client base.

 

Established in 2000, Unique Catering provides fully managed staff restaurants, deli bars, vending and hospitality services. The acquisition brings sites in the commercial, retail, leisure and manufacturing sectors to Atalian Servest.Following the success of Atalian Servest’s B&I brand Angel Hill Food Co. and in-house coffee brand Groundhouse, the expertise and support from the Unique team will enable the FM company to continue developing into new markets.

 

Of the acquisitions, Rob Legge, chairman UK and USA at Atalian Servest, has said: “Atalian Servest’s recent acquisitions are a case in point that there is a real commitment to enhance our presence across the sector spectrum, and to grow globally as we continue to better serve our customers. We’re thrilled to be able to expand again with these new acquisitions and look forward to continually revolutionise our multifaceted offering.”

 

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