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Polish FM specialist acquires PCB Technical Solutions

Polish retail-focused technical facilities management specialist, Sescom, has acquired PCB Technical Solutions Limited.

Based in High Wycombe, PCB is well-established with its extensive service network providing 24/7 nationwide coverage, servicing 345 facilities in cities across the UK. The company provides technical maintenance for retail, commercial and industrial facilities, as well as installation of HVAC and smoke control systems, predominantly for the retail industry, electronics manufacturers, as well as food producers, public institutions and main contractors. PCB generated £10 million of revenue in FY22.

The acquisition provides PCB and Sescom with the opportunity to cross-pollenate within an international client base and provides Sescom with a “well-respected team” to lead its UK offering. It will also enable PCB to offer new solutions to its clients, including energy cost optimisation and facility asset management.

Speaking about the acquisition, Sławomir Halbryt, CEO of Sescom SA, said: “At the end of 2022, we were maintaining over 40,000 facilities for over 60 international clients in 25 domestic markets. We have accumulated a wealth of experience but still did not have sufficient British resources to become a leading British FM services provider. For several years, we have been searching for a reliable local partner to strengthen our offering in the UK. We believe we have found that partner in PCB, which will lead to significant international growth.”

PCB Managing Director, David Cooper said: “The PCB team has steadily grown to become one of the leading UK specialists in retail and commercial technical facilities management, providing our clients with a reliable partner to install and maintain their facilities. We’re really pleased to find a like-minded partner in Sescom, who will support us in our next phase of growth.”

Quantuma Director and Corporate Finance specialist, Adrian Howells led the sales process on behalf of the shareholders and was supported by Manager, Richard Hill. The Quantuma team worked with Peter Woolley and Nouara Mokrane of Moorcrofts LLP to deliver the transaction.

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