Churches Fire & Security, a national fire and security specialist with over 28 years’ experience in the industry, has taken ownership of Onwatch Multifire’s fire protection customers (“Multifire”).
The fire protection division of Onwatch Multifire Limited was acquired by Churches Fire & Security following the separate sale of the security division of the company.
Established in East Sussex, 20 Multifire employees transferred to Churches Fire & Security, joining their UK-wide network of locations.
“Following the acquisition of Multifire, I am delighted to welcome our new colleagues, customers and suppliers to Churches Fire & Security. This is the 30th acquisition Churches Fire & Security has made and as we integrate the acquisitions, we are always pleased not only to grow our business but take the best from both businesses, ensuring we continue to develop and grow our offering, as we continue to work with our customers to keep their property and staff safe from fire and theft.”
Charlie Haynes, Chief Executive Officer at Churches Fire & Security
Both Churches Fire & Security and Multifire offer comparable fire services and will be offering an improved national service as a result.
For over 28 years, Churches Fire & Security has provided fire and security provisions across the country, supporting businesses in the protection of their staff, assets and premises from the risk of fire and theft. Services available include sprinkler systems, fire alarms, fire door inspections, emergency lighting, fire extinguishers, dry risers, suppression systems, intruder alarms, CCTV systems and access control. BAFE and SSAIB third-party certification ensures that the working practices of Churches Fire & Security meet legal and safety requirements.
The acquisition of Multifire firmly supports the business strategy of becoming the most comprehensive fire safety and security provider in the UK.
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