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Gloucestershire company acquired by US firm

Mitcheldean based safety, security, and logistics company Exploration Logistics Limited has been acquired by US business Exlog Global.

Florida headquartered Exlog Global has purchased the business based at Vantage Business Park in the Forest of Dean to support its growing client base in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

Exlog claims to be a full-service risk management company, enabling organisations and individuals to operate safely and effectively, both domestically and around the globe.

Mark Hutchings, CEO of Exploration Logistics said: "We have worked closely for many years on significant projects around the world. It is great to bring the businesses together to extend our capabilities, network, and reach. We look forward to continuing to deliver outstanding support to our clients globally."

"The acquisition of Exploration Logistics is an essential part of our strategic growth," said Jack Stradley, CEO of Exlog Global.

"Not only does it expand the scope of our capabilities and our regional footprint, it also strengthens and broadens our management team."

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