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Morson acquires Anderselite

Morson Group has completed a takeover of Anderselite Holdings, the parent company of technical recruitment agency Anderselite Ltd.

As a result, Anderselite will now become part of the Morson Group but maintain its own brand and contracts.

Morson Group CEO Ged Mason said: “Anderselite has an extremely strong brand within the UK and specific expertise in the civils, maintenance, rail and construction markets. The addition of Anderselite to our portfolio means we are well placed to service the future growth expected in these sectors while consolidating our market leading position in rail.”


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Anderselite CEO Simon Trippick added: “This deal will allow our business to grow and develop within one of the UK’s most respected recruitment groups to the benefit of all our stakeholders.”

Morson Group has more than 40 offices worldwide and is headquartered in Manchester. Anderselite, headquarted in Southampton, has provided specialist rail, construction and civil engineering recruitment services for the past 30 years.


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