Allied Universal picks up Yale Enforcement’s security services
By StaffNews Industry News
Allied Universal, a facility services company with over 150,000 employees, has acquired the security services portion of Yale Enforcement Services, a Belleville, Ill.-based company that offers uniformed security professionals, mobile patrol, physical security and life safety. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“Acquiring Yale’s security services division is a strategic move that aligns with our goal of expansion in niche areas,” said Steve Jones, Allied Universal CEO. “This allows us continuous growth in service areas well represented by Yale Enforcement.”
Yale Enforcement’s 1,800-plus employees serve a range of vertical markets including healthcare, manufacturing, industrial, warehouse/distribution, commercial real estate and retail throughout the Central, Midwestern and Southern states.
“Allied Universal sets the industry standard for professionalism and we know our security services clients will be well taken care of,” says Barbara Yale, president and CEO, Yale Enforcement.
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