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Helistrat acquires ecosurety waste management division

09 September 2016

Environmental consultancy and contract management specialist Helistrat has acquired the waste management arm of ecosurety for an undisclosed sum.

Described as a "strategic agreement" by ecosurety chairman Steve Clark, the deal will expand the Helistrat waste management business by more than £1.5m per annum, the announcement stated.

The business includes blue chip companies such as Britvic, Birdseye and Hain Daniels among its clients.

Helistrat chief executive officer Harvey Laud said the deal is "clear evidence of our commitment to growth both organically and through targeted acquisitions".

His company looks forward to "building on ecosurety's high quality service levels, whilst working to optimise the environmental and commercial benefits of improved materials management".

Mr Clark said the have worked with a number of the same clients in recent years and expressed admiration for the Helistrat focus on supply chain accountability.

"With ecosurety facing so much opportunity to grow its core compliance business, the time was right to transfer our waste arm to Helistrat, who are experts in waste and share our aspirations for excellent customer service, continual improvement and resource efficiency," said Mr Clark.

It was further stated that a "small team of employees" would transfer to Helistrat to continue supporting the ecosurety waste business.


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