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Sargents merges with Harrow Green in strategic move

15 April 2013

Harrow Green has merged with Sargents Trading. The combined businesses will trade as Harrow Green.

Sargents has operated in London and the south east for over 20 years, providing tailored office removal, relocation, clearance, recycling and storage services, as well as furniture and crate hire, to corporate and SME organisations.

Harrow Green has been helping organisations change and grow for more than 30 years. The company’s commitment to remain the leading business relocation company in the UK has seen it expand its portfolio of services to match the growing needs of its wide range of customers. It became part of Restore plc in March 2012.

Nigel Dews, managing director, Harrow Green, said: “This merger is important because it brings together more than 50 years of industry expertise and market knowledge. We will be able to provide increased capability, capacity, a greater depth in resource and wider geographical reach. By adopting the best practices from both companies we will enhance our service offerings and, most importantly, our customer support. Our reputation in the market place for excellent service and in-depth expertise provides an environment that our customers, suppliers and employees want to be part of.”


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