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November 26, 2009

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Joining forces- Cardinus merge with Active Risk Management

Fleet risk solutions provider Active Risk Management has merged with ergonomics specialist Cardinus and Property Risk Management.

The companies will now trade as Cardinus Risk Management and deliver end-to-end risk management services in fleet, office ergonomics, fire and property risk. As a result of the merger there will be increased investment in online solutions, and additional staff will be recruited to enhance the firm’s customer service and support.

The new business will be structured in three separate divisions and each will have its own divisional managing director – Marcos Noble at Cardinus Fleet, Jon Abbott at Cardinus Health and Safety, and Jamie Truscott at Cardinus Property.

Cardinus Fleet managing director, Marcos Noble, said: “While it is still very much business as usual in the fleet market, we are really excited by the possibilities and the new opportunities that exist for the new merged business.

“No other organisation can offer the range and depth of comprehensive solutions to tackle fleet, ergonomics, fire and property risk that we can now offer. We will also have the ability to meet customer requirements across three different areas of risk in one conversation.

“The technological expertise of our colleagues at Cardinus will allow us to develop our online fleet risk and e-training solutions to another level and provide our fleet customers with market-leading products in the key areas of duty of care and the management of fleet risk.

The company is aiming to expand in the US, where Cardinus has a major presence in the ergonomics market, and has offices in California. Noble added: “It is our intention within three years to be the first name on everyone’s lips with regard to managing risk, and feel confident that we have the products and abilities to achieve that.”


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