Allied Universal acquires J E Security Systems & Services

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Allied Universal has revealed plans to acquire the assets of J E Security Systems & Services, a guarding and technology provider in St. Thomas, Barbados.

The acquisition, managed by Allied Universal’s subsidiary, G4S Secure Solutions (Barbados), is anticipated to be completed in the first quarter of 2024.

“This strategic move reflects Allied Universal’s commitment”

Steve Jones, Global Chairman and CEO, Allied Universal remarked: “This strategic move reflects Allied Universal‘s commitment to its global growth strategy.

“By integrating the leading technology business of J E Security Systems & Services, our goal is to enhance the value of security services offered to customers and communities in Barbados and the English Caribbean, aligning with our ongoing international expansion.”

With over 30 years of experience, J E Security Systems & Services has been a key provider of electronic security, patrol and response services in Barbados.

The client base includes insurance companies, banks, embassies, construction firms, government facilities and residential communities.

“Service, integrity and innovation”

Jeff Evelyn, Managing Director, J.E. Security Systems & Services added: “We are excited to become part of the world’s top security provider.

“Through this action, we will be able to provide our clients with expanded service offerings and our employees with additional career opportunities.

“We look forward to continuing our relationship with our clients, many of whom have been with us since the inception and others who have joined us along the way.”

James Devers, Managing Director, G4S concluded: “Having operated in Barbados for over 35 years, G4S Barbados remains committed to maintaining the highest standards of service, integrity and innovation throughout this proposed integration process.

“We believe that the synergy between our companies will result in an unparalleled offering in the security solutions in Barbados and the wider English Caribbean.”

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