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Adler and Allan acquires three companies

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Environmental risk reduction business Adler and Allan has announced the acquisition of three companies - electrical specialists AMGS Electrical, hazardous material specialist Flotech Performance Systems Limited (Flotech) and industrial sewage specialist and underground infrastructure specialist Oneline Surveys.
Flotech provides design, fabrication, consultancy, project management, planned and reactive maintenance for the storage, transfer and distribution of industrial liquids, gases and waste.
Oneline Surveys provides highly specialised surveys of underground infrastructure as well as cleaning, handling and uplift of hazardous liquid waste from industrial tanks and sewers. Oneline has over 30 years combined experience in planning, mobilising and successfully completing large scale surveying and cleaning projects, including tank and siphon cleaning and confined space entries.
Its highly specialised services cover; additive and blending, fluid transfer, access solutions, storage tank equipment, and vapour recovery.
AMGS Electrical undertakes a wide range of electrical services nationwide and specialise in design, installation, commissioning, and maintenance particularly in the evolving forecourt sector.
Andrew Clarke, energy infrastructure director at Adler and Allan, said: “The acquisition allows us to further execute our strategy, helping clients maintain and decarbonise their energy infrastructure and install new electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure, as the world transitions to a mixed energy future. By combining this with our other energy and forecourt services, we are now able to be a much more strategic environmental partner to customers.”
Mike Willink, group development director at Adler and Allan, added: “With our already extensive capability in hazardous materials, this acquisition helps us to handle an even greater range of substances in a broader set of situations and environments, including those that will become more important in the future, such as hydrogen. By combining this acquisition with our existing environmental services, we are now able to be a much more strategic environmental partner to our customers.”
Robert Evans, environmental services director at Adler and Allan, said: “This acquisition will allow us to offer a more extensive environmental risk audit of our customers’ underground infrastructure so they can better manage and mitigate risk. It will also position us as the go-to leader in emergency response to sewerage pollution incidents. Combined with our other environmental services, we are now a more strategic environmental partnership to our customers.”