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23rd September 2013

Pictured: (left to right): Stuart Lodge, CEO of Lodge Service, and Phil Richford, managing director of Endeavour Security Group.

Lodge Service Ltd, the £22 million security consultancy, has acquired Endeavour Security Ltd and its £1.2 million monitoring centre and services business, in a major strategic move in the development of its remote security services.

The acquisition includes Endeavour’s CCTV monitoring facility at Redditch, Worcestershire, which will support Lodge Service’s Cat 2 national data centre in Accrington, Lancashire, launched in 2012. Endeavour’s 37 security guards will increase Lodge Service’ total staff to over 800.

"Endeavour’s experience in protecting warehousing, logistics and other industrial property and assets complements Lodge Service's expertise in retail security and the corporate sector. The acquisition extends our provision of both monitoring and services through Endeavour’s network of manned guarding, key holding and response support," says Stuart Lodge.

Lodge Service’s communications network links retail, corporate and other service users’ premises to provide alarm response, analysis and management information. The range of services and signals monitored through the hub includes: CCTV, staff time and attendance, vehicle tracking, access control, fire and intruder alarms, lone worker protection, building management systems, environmental and waste management, data mining, networked distribution centres, trolley track and EAS tagging.

Founded in 1919, Lodge Service has nearly 800 staff and local offices or franchise operations in nine countries. It is the largest of the remaining family businesses in the security sector, according to Stuart Lodge, and the only one in the top five per cent of SIA-ACS, Security Industry Authority, Approved Contractor Scheme.

For further information:

Lodge Service,
Brook Point,
1412 High Road,
London N20 9BH

0800 289 080

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