UK Systems Integrator Announces Major Expansion

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Sheffield based systems integrator, CSE-Servelec Group Limited, is continuing its expansion through the acquisition of Scomagg Limited, a company based in Scotland which provides system integration services to the oil & gas, power generation, utilities and food & beverage industries.

Scomagg, employing approximately 100 staff and operating from offices in Aberdeen, Motherwell and Rotherham, provides a wide range of technology driven consultancy services, information management solutions, systems integration and system support services for many blue chip clients in the public and private sectors.

Scomaggs business will complement the CSE Servelec Groups existing skills and capability and provide a base to expand activities within the oil & gas, power generation, water & utilities and food & beverage sectors. In particular, Scomagg has a strong presence in the North Sea oil & gas sector, as well as established relationships in power generation. As a systems integrator specialising in the provision of technology services, Scomagg is a close strategic fit with the CSE Servelec Group.

CSE Servelecs Group annualised turnover exceeds 17 million and the acquisition of Scomagg will increase this by a further 40%. The expanded business will have a greater financial strength and engineering capability to target further growth and expansion whilst enhancing customer offerings.

Alan Stubbs, Managing Director of the CSE Servelec Group said I am delighted that Scomagg has agreed to join the CSE Servelec Group of companies, Scomagg will become a key part of the CSE Servelec Groups expansion and we intend to invest further and grow the business providing career development opportunities in the South Yorkshire area and Scotland.

The CSE Servelec Group currently employees over 230 people and is continuing to expand its operations by launching a recruitment drive to attract additional skilled software engineers to join the UK offices.

The CSE Servelec Group is a member of the Singapore based CSE Global and is responsible for representing and managing CSEs activities in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

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