Tuesday, December 5, 2023

Lincolnshire health and safety specialists acquired

PIB Group has acquired health and safety specialists Emprocom, who bring complementary services and expertise to the group’s risk management proposition.

Based in Lincolnshire and servicing clients further afield across the East Midlands, Emprocom will form part of the PIB Risk Management division.

The two businesses enjoy an existing relationship, which has led to the new collaboration. Carl Gryniewicz will continue in his role as director on completion of the deal, working closely with Adrian Robinson, Managing Director for PIB Risk Management.

Adrian Robinson said: “I have deep respect for Carl and his talented team, and I’m absolutely delighted to give them all a warm welcome to PIB Group. Their knowledge, expertise and passion for servicing clients will be a real credit to us.

“It’s very exciting to be able to join forces and work together along with our existing colleagues to continue building our market-leading risk management proposition.

“The team’s presence in the East Midlands will give an extra boost to our regional footprint and expand our client base, while providing them with access to an even broader range of products and services across our PIB Group family.”

Carl Gryniewicz, director for Emprocom, said: “This is an exciting step for Emprocom as we become part of PIB Group. Joining a like-minded organisation with a similar ethos and culture was an important characteristic in selecting a new home for our future.

“We were attracted to PIB because of their stability as well as a good alignment in long-term visions, customer focus and pride in achieving true satisfaction in helping clients. We look forward to the many opportunities ahead to leverage the expertise and scale of PIB, and also bringing our complementary skills to the ongoing success of the PIB Risk Management division.

“I’d like to say a big thank you to our loyal customer-base for their support, and we look forward to enjoying those relationships for many more years to come.”

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