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AMG Acquires RSS INFRASTRUCTURE Ltd

AMG have announced the purchase of RSS INFRASTRUCTURE Ltd (RSS), the first acquisition for the newly formed group to support their growth in the delivery of safe and sustainable solutions to the UK’s Infrastructure sector. RSS are the UK’s leading provider of Automated on Track Warning Systems (ATWS), Lookout Warning Systems (LOWS) and safety fencing and lighting products to the rail industry. With framework agreements with Network Rail, Amey Colas, Babcock Rail and Balfour Beatty, RSS are well positioned to enhance their client’s safety through the increased demand and use of innovative technology designed specifically to reduce accidents.

Richard Toy CEO of AMG commented “Our first acquisition has been buy cheap clomid completed and the depth of experience that RSS has within this field is exceptional, with fantastic opportunities to develop further services and technology innovation for the clients that will support their delivery requirements and enhance the safety of the worksites.”

John Ellison MD for RSS commented “This is a tremendous opportunity for RSS to become part of a group dedicated to growth and innovation, especially within the rail industry. We have a highly skilled team who are keen to show just what they can do and how, with the support on offer, we can drive the business forward offering even greater value and enhanced services to our clients.”

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Auctus Management Group offers various services to the infrastructure sector, such as Arboriculture, Civils & Construction, Geofencing, Rail Operations, Safety-Critical Resource, Signalling & Telecoms, Track Warning Services, and Welding. We can also provide specialised training for the infrastructure industry.

RSS Infrastructure, a provider of infrastructure solutions, is also a member of the group.

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