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Kingdom announces FML Group acquisition

24 March 2016

Continuing its ambitious plans to grow the business, Kingdom has announced that it has acquired FML Group Holdings.

Included within the terms of the deal are FML Group Holdings subsidiaries Freeflow Management, West End Commercial Contracts, City Contracts Services and FML Ltd.

As a result of its acquisition of the Worcester-based cleaning company, Kingdom states its turnover has increased beyond the £90m turnover mark, with a workforce of around 4,500 people.

The company describes the business proposition of FML as serving an impressive list of clients with specialist activities in offices, halls of residence, nightclubs, bars and restaurants.

Kingdom chief executive Terry Barton said: "The acquisition of FML increases our cleaning market share and provides our customers and prospective customers a standalone service or a dual service.

"With our fresh approach to service delivery and innovative and added value solutions across all our service lines we believe we have something very different to offer."

He further stated the FML team would remain in place, joining the wider Kingdom "family".

Announced earlier today, the deal was completed on 29 February.

Founded in 1993, Kingdom continues to follow its aims to expand its services while concentrating on customer service.

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