Equiteq is pleased to announce that its client, Suiko, a pioneer in lean approaches, has been acquired by Turner & Townsend. The deal was completed on June 21, 2016. Equiteq acted as the lead advisor to Suiko throughout the sale, with Bruce Ramsay and Ed Groome leading the team from Equiteq.
The integration of Suiko’s cross-industry experts into Turner & Townsend will create a unique proposition for the construction sector – allowing clients embarking on capital programmes to embed tried and tested lean techniques right from the start.
Vincent Clancy, Chief Executive Officer of Turner & Townsend, said, “Suiko’s track record in implementing lean, coupled with their style in working with their client to build capability within their organizations to drive sustainable results makes them a perfect cultural fit with Turner & Townsend.“
Andy Marsh, Managing Director of Suiko, added, “Suiko and Turner & Townsend have a history of working together successfully, which shows the compatibility of our organizations and confirms the appeal of our combined expertise.”
“Suiko built its reputation through the delivery of sustainable efficiency for a wide range of global brands, making us natural partners with Turner & Townsend. Our decision to join forces now is about the right fit, the right product and at the right time.”
“We’re hugely looking forward to becoming part of Turner & Townsend and building on our combined strengths to deliver better outcomes for more clients across more sectors.”
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