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September 13, 2010

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Sypol snaps up Infomatrix

Sypol has expanded its online information-management services with the acquisition of Infomatrix.

Established in 2000, Infomatrix offers a host of web-based information-management software solutions, covering health and safety, audit and inspection, property, project management and performance tracking, and bespoke solutions.

Infomatrix founders Alan Neill and Colin James will remain with the business and extend Sypol’s overall IT and software offering across the combined customer base.

Partner company of Laidler Associates, Safety Systems Technology Ltd has relocated to new premises in Halifax. The company says it can provide cost-effective engineering solutions for all machinery safety requirements.

Sales director Gary Trewhitt said: “Over the past couple of years we have seen excellent growth in the business and it became clear that in order to expand we would have to relocate to new premises. Our new facilities enable us to offer a wider range of services and have the ability to manage these services in-house.

“The launch of Guardsafe, our in-house guarding department, is a prime example. We can now offer a full machine-guarding service, including design, manufacture and installation.”

OCS Group UK Limited has acquired TM Facilities Services Ltd (TMFS) in a deal that enhances the company’s offering in the health, safety and environmental compliance-services market.
TMFS, which employs more than 70 field-based engineers covering the whole of the UK, offers a range of services, including portable-appliance testing, fixed-wire electrical installation, and environmental (legionella, noise, air quality, asbestos) testing services.
The agreement sees OCS take control of all TMFS assets, including contract turnover approaching £5m, and provides access to a number of blue-chip and public-sector customers. 

Providing what it describes as a fresh approach to specialist waste management, Vetspeed Ltd has launched its new brand identity, novus environmental.

As part of the brand launch, the company has redeveloped its marketing collateral, with new brochures and website, The company has also broadened its client base in both the public and private sectors to include pharmaceutical, port health, animal and human health-care institutions, biotech, food manufacturers and transport haulage companies.

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