Yorkshire business acquires call handling and vehicle recovery specialist
Huddersfield-based FMG has acquired GRG Public Resources Limited (GRG), which provides call handling for vehicle removal and emergency boarding of premises for the blue-light industry.
FMG is a fleet incident management and recovery firm, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Redde Northgate plc.
It says the deal gives it a platform to expand and evolve its existing services into the blue-light arena.
The arrival of Stafford-based GRG, which handles police and fire services contracts, will enhance the breadth and customer proposition of FMG, bringing a further depth of knowledge and expertise through the addition of GRG’s own operatives and skilled personnel.
Claire Owens, FMG managing director, said: “We continue to work hard to position FMG at the forefront of the industries in which we operate; providing first-class sustainable solutions for our clients and customers.
“Completing the acquisition of GRG places us as a real front-runner in this market as our customers’ needs evolve.
“The acquisition ensures we remain robust for the long-term, with the addition of Vehicle Recovery Operators, the continued ability for fast and complete geographic coverage, the harnessing of first-class proprietary systems and importantly, the investment in skilled and experienced personnel to ensure our customers remain delighted with efficiency and knowledge-led solutions.
“I’d like to welcome the GRG team to FMG and the wider Redde Northgate family, and look forward to enhancing this important area of the business.”
KBS Corporate advised GRG Public Resources Limited throughout the acquisition process. This support was provided by Matthew Sibley, corporate deal executive at KBS Corporate.