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Tivoli Group buys ISS Landscaping Business

23 February 2018

Announced as a divestment exercise, ISS has confirmed the sale of its Landscaping business to Tivoli Group today for an undisclosed sum.

This was confirmed following the exchange of contracts between the two parties, with the new owner backed by Sullivan Street Partners.

ISS stated that the deal is in line with its overall strategy and will include the transfer of approximately 1,100 operational staff and support functions to the division's new owner.

It also said the move will allow it to focus on its "core services to our core clients".

The company also stated that the business will "remain connected to ISS through their many shared clients".

The transaction is subject to the satisfaction of conditions relating to areas such as anti-trust approval.

Landscaping managing director Phil Jones thanked the company for its support and said: "With Sullivan Street, I look forward to the next phase of development where we will make Tivoli the pre-eminent environment for talented staff to build a grounds maintenance focused career and for clients to experience the very best service levels in the market."

Tivoli Group director Layton Tamberlin said his company had been attracted to the grounds maintenance market "for some time".

Stating that the newly-acquired business provides a "fantastic base from which to grow", he further stated that Tivoli looks forward to welcoming its new colleagues and creating "a market-leading independent grounds maintenance business".

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