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Adler and Allan acquires LCM's fuel facility management division

John Wood ·
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Environmental risk reduction specialist Adler and Allan has announced that it is acquiring the fuel facility management (FM) division of LCM Environmental.

LCM’s Fuel FM division conducts a range of forecourt maintenance and compliance testing services, for a number of major forecourt and commercial clients and delivers these services across the UK.

Adler and Allan says the purchase of the division makes it Britain’s biggest fuel management and quality provider.

The division will be incorporated and renamed Adler and Allan and is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Adler and Allan. The sale includes personnel and equipment which have been transferred with it. The remainder of LCM will continue to trade as usual.

Andrew Clarke, forecourt services managing director, Adler and Allan said: “The acquisition of LCM’s Fuel FM division, enlarges our forecourt business, allowing us to offer a wider proposition and serve our forecourt customers even better. The acquisition enhances Adler and Allan’s proposition to deliver a full end-to end solution from initial fuel design, through asset resilience and preventative maintenance to emergency response and waste removal and processing.”

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