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Mecsia secures investment to support continued expansion

Mecsia, a leading national provider of compliance-led, technical inspection and maintenance services has received additional investment from Synova to support the next phase of its growth.

The company has grown strongly, both organically and through strategic acquisitions, with a vision to transform the technical services inspection and maintenance industry. The Group’s approach of “Local Service, National Reach” allows the business to deliver the highest levels of customer service at the local level whilst also providing the benefits of scale that come from a truly national organisation.

Mecsia’s revenues are in excess of £100 million, directly employing more than 400 engineers nationally to service its clients’ needs. Synova will support Mecsia’s ambitious growth strategy, which is focused on continuing to win market share by delivering the highest level of service to clients, supplemented by strategic acquisitions which expand the Group’s technical service capabilities.

Jon Coiley, CEO of Mecsia, said: “We are delighted to have secured the support of Synova, who we see as the ideal partner for the next leg of our journey. This investment will allow us to accelerate our plans for further innovation and expansion of our services and to continue to deliver the highest quality experience for our clients. Synova’s deep knowledge of the sector and ability to source and execute acquisitions will help drive the expansion of our technical services geographically and by competency as Mecsia continues its expansion plans.”

Oliver Bevan, Partner at Synova, commented: “We are delighted to be partnering with Jon and his management team for the next chapter in the Mecsia growth story. To date the team have delivered market leading performance with unparalleled client service. We look forward to supporting Mecsia’s continued vision to transform the technical service market.”

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