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O&G rebrands to Tenon

03 April 2017

Officially announced today, O&G has rebranded and will now be known as Tenon Group and trade as Tenon FM.

It continues to be part of the AIM-listed Mortice Group and is the result of an exercise to create a single identify for seven brands operating across three continents.

The latest move follows the O&G acquisition in 2015, following which revenues have increased to more than £42m.

In addition to the £55m University of Hertfordshire contract won last year, the group has secured a number of additional deals in 2017, further adding to its growth.

There are also plans in place for further organic and acquisitional growth, with aims of becoming a major integrated FM service provider over the course of the "next few years", according to the company's statement.

Following the launch of Tenon, there are now four brands within the group.

In addition to the Mortice Group holding company and Tenon FM, Peregrine Security and IT analytics operation Soteria are also included.

Tenon FM chief executive Tim Hancock described it as a "natural move following the acquisition two years ago and our successes as a team since then".

He further stated the exercise will allow it to further develop its FM offer.

Mortice Group and Tenon FM chair Manjit Rathan said a strong UK FM operation is "critical to our plan to establish a truly global brand that builds on our work in India and Asia".

"We are optimistic we can share more news with the market over the next month or so confirming our aspirations," said Mr Rathan.

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