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Kent-based M&P Fire Protection acquired by PTSG

09 July 2018

Further expansion has been recorded by Premier Technical Services Group (PTSG) following its acquisition of M&P Fire Protection for an undisclosed sum.

The company is a provider of installation, maintenance and testing of dry and wet riser systems and commercial and domestic sprinkler systems based in Maidstone, Kent.

It was further announced that M&P will retain its management team, led by Mike Thackray and Paul Atkins.

PTSG chief executive officer Paul Teasdale said: “We are delighted to welcome M&P Fire Protection Ltd. to the Group. This acquisition extends the service offering of our Fire Solutions division and complements our wider provision as the UK’s largest niche specialist service provider.

“We are fully committed to the continuation of our successful strategy of achieving market leadership across the sectors in which we operate, and this acquisition strengthens our geographical coverage within the fire protection sector, particularly in London and the South East.

“We wish M&P Fire Protection Ltd. a warm welcome into the PTSG group of companies and look forward to working with them in the future.”

PTSG Fire Solutions now comprises the UK’s leading dry riser installation and testing and maintenance business, as well as the market-leading residential sprinkler installation, testing and maintenance business.


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