CSG, the office cleaning and facilities management support business, has announced it has acquired two companies.
The business, which already has operational bases in Aberdeen, Dundee and Shetland, has acquired Bridges Cleaning & Hygiene in Kirkcaldy. It follows its recent acquisition of Town and Country Cleaning in Montrose.
The deals for the two office cleaning firms add 47 people to the CSG workforce and more than 50 contracts to its operations portfolio. All staff are being retained, taking the number of people employed at the business to 421.
Calum Johnston, commercial director at CSG, said: “The acquisition of Bridges strengthens our position in the Fife area. In addition, there is scope to grow the business from Kirkcaldy into other parts of the surrounding area.
“The Montrose acquisition was a natural fit, enhancing our service offering to clients situated between our Aberdeen and Dundee operations.
"These acquisitions represent the latest phases of our strategic plans to grow the business.”
The combined cost of purchasing both businesses was six-figures. The Bridges deal is CSG’s seventh acquisition in the past five years and the company says it may seek to make further company purchases in the Inverness and Edinburgh areas in the future.
CSG, which is headquartered at Wellheads Industrial Estate in Dyce, has more than 350 contracts across Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Angus, Tayside, Fife and the Northern Isles.
In addition, the company recently added to its management team with the appointment of Jennie McColl as Operations Manager and John Montague as Business Development Manager.
The company provides high-quality daily office cleaning and housekeeping services to small, medium and large businesses along with a range of specialist services including window, floor and computer cleaning, waste and landscape management and hygiene services.
For further information visit www.csg-limited.co.uk
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