Cura acquires Electroversal
Cura Technical, the independent provider of technical support solutions to the channel, has acquired Electroversal for an undisclosed sum.
Under the terms of this acquisition Cura has acquired the whole Shareholding, along with Electroversal OEM warranty and services.
Jason Williams, MD of Cura Technical, said: “This acquisition for Cura provides us with the scale and reach to be a leading player in the UK market for managed services to our channel partners. Electroversal has a long-standing experience and strengths that complement Cura’s offering and strategy, its substantial logistics and strong service network will increase Cura’s coverage and capacity to support its channel clients across the UK and Ireland.”
Electroversal has over 35 years’ experience in specialising in the repair and refurbishment of electronic office equipment. A varied range of unique services have been developed over these years which provide a complete repair solution for our channel partners and customers within the UK and Europe.
The range of services include; Test, Diagnosis on PC, EPOS and AV Repair, network print servers, modifications, PDI, retrofits, refurbishment, Logistical Solutions and Inventory Management.
All Staff at Electroversal will transfer to Cura Technical. Cura will continue to have its Helpdesk and Training Facility based in Essex, and will also have an additional 22,000 square feet of Workshop, Warehouse and Fleet Operations in Dunstable, Bedfordshire.
“The maintenance industry continues to go through a period of consolidation and we have made our first acquisition this year which will allow our business to be in the strongest possible position,” added Jason. “With the additional Service offerings that Electroversal can provide, this will complement and enhance our capabilities in assisting our Manufacturer and channel partners delivering enhanced service, nationally and we will be embarking on a series of tactical acquisitions to continue to enhance our service capability in the UK & Ireland.”
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Written on 19th April 2017
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