Securitas acquires R&R Frontline Services
02 October 2018
SECURITAS SERVICES Holding UK Ltd (Securitas) has announced its acquisition of R&R Frontline Services Ltd and R&R Frontline Services UK Ltd.
As part of the Securitas Group, R&R Frontline Services Ltd and R &R Frontline Services UK Ltd will continue to deliver local, professional security services to clients and will transition to operate under the Securitas brand during 2019.
With more than 70 employees, R&R Frontline Services Ltd and R&R Frontline Services UK Ltd, specialise in both static and mobile security services in Oxford, Banbury and across Oxfordshire. Their expertise and customer portfolio are an excellent complement to the existing Securitas business.
Securitas is the leading global security services provider, specialising in protective services built on people, technology and knowledge, and operating in 58 markets worldwide.
In the UK no other security provider layers six Protective Services: On-site, Mobile, Remote, Electronic security, Fire & Safety and Corporate Risk Management to offer intelligent, value driven, total security solutions to its clients.
The acquisition of R&R Frontline Services Ltd and R&R Frontline Services UK Ltd strengthens the portfolio of Securitas UK, as it continues to build its electronic alarm surveillance services and mobile security services for small and medium-sized businesses across the UK, as part of its Vision 2020 strategy.
Danny Williams, Securitas UK, managing director, north and south west explains, “The security of the future will rely on people, technology and knowledge to ensure clients receive value driven, predictive, total security solutions.
These acquisitions offer an exciting opportunity for Securitas to strengthen and expand its protective services and customer offering, creating value for clients, employees and shareholders, whilst supporting our strategy for future growth.”
Richard Powell, Managing Director, R&R Frontline Services Ltd commented “Securitas is a leading global player in the security industry and this a great opportunity for both our officers and our clients.”
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