Thursday, March 23, 2023

PTSG acquires fire safety company

Castleford-based Premier Technical Services Group Limited (PTSG) has acquired Indepth Hygiene Services Ltd (Indepth) – one of the UK’s leading specialist fire safety companies. Indepth’s core service offering includes fire damper maintenance and grease extract ductwork cleaning.

Paul Teasdale, PTSG’s Group CEO, said: “We are delighted to welcome Indepth Hygiene Services Ltd as our latest addition to the Group. This acquisition extends our offering in our Fire Solutions division and is highly complementary to the group’s other fire services.

“We are fully committed to the continuation of a successful strategy of achieving market leadership across the sectors in which we operate. This acquisition strengthens PTSG’s capability within our Fire Solutions division and ensures our clients will have all fire services – electrical, mechanical, passive and/or specialist – in one place.”

PTSG Fire Solutions Ltd now includes a mechanical fire business comprising: UK Dry Riser Maintenance, UK Dry Riser Installations, UK Sprinklers, M+P Fire Protection and Pure Power. Trinity Fire and Security Systems delivers the Group’s electrical fire and security services. Neo Property Solutions Ltd and now Indepth give PTSG a comprehensive portfolio of passive fire services for customers in a wide range of industry sectors.

Paul concluded: “We will retain the Indepth management team, which will continue to grow and expand the businesses as they are integrated into PTSG’s successful delivery model within our Fire Solutions division. We are delighted that Richard Norman, Gavin Richards, Adam Turner and Carole Yallop will continue to lead the business and their vast experience and technical ability will be a great addition to the highly skilled PTSG team.

“We are really pleased to have Indepth on board, and we offer the whole team a very warm welcome to PTSG and our highly successful niche specialist group of companies.”

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