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Security and cleaning business purchases recruitment business

23 June 2017

Kingdom, specialist provider of a range of security and cleaning services, has purchased FRS-Staff Solutions for an undisclosed sum.

Announced yesterday, the FRS brand is now part of Kingdom and will allow its new owner to provide staff recruitment services for the first time.

The purchased business was previously an independent specialist recruitment provider delivering flexible labour provisions across the UK.

Its offering included tailored and vetted recruitment services for permanent, temporary, emergency and interim opportunities.

Kingdom was established in 1993 and has extended its operations to include reception and concierge, mobile patrol, key holding, environmental protection, intelligence, cyber and specialist services.

Chief executive Terry Barton said the acquisition would allow to "support and streamline our own recruitment needs which is at the heart of what we do as a business".

Further to this, the purchase of FRS provides Kingdom with an additional service for clients "to support their own recruitment needs as well as expanding the current FRS impressive customer portfolio".

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