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OASIS Group, the fastest growing record and information management company across Europe, have confirmed four additional acquisitions took place within the Republic of Ireland and UK markets this year. In addition to the recent acquisition of Restore Document Management Ireland (formerly Wincanton Records Management Ireland), OASIS also secured Datasafe, Barrell Resolve Ltd, Archive 2000 UK Ltd and Safe Box.
OASIS Information Secured, the fastest growing records and information management company across Europe, have confirmed yet another major acquisition. In a deal finalised March 10th, the company acquired Restore Document Management Ireland (formerly Wincanton Records Management Ireland) in a transaction worth €36M.
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On the 1st of September a purchase agreement was finalised between OASIS and Boxklever Information Management in the United Kingdom.
This newest acquisition by the OASIS team is in the Bristol, UK market. Arc Data Storage has been serving clients in this local region for years while OASIS also served this market from our Reading Records Centre.
On the 18th of August a purchase agreement was signed between OASIS and Archiefservices Nederland BV in The Netherlands.
OASIS acquired Datasafe Storage in Newcastle upon Tyne as the most recent expansion move in the UK market.
OASIS, a leading provider of records management storage and services for hardcopy and electronic records, announces the acquisition of the business unit Securitas Data & Archief B.V..
OASIS now operate in 2 additional European countries, servicing more clients and continuing the growth of recent years.
Information management experts, OASIS, have confirmed yet another major acquisition, establishing them as one of the largest and most diverse professional Information Management companies in Europe. In a deal finalised last week, the company has now acquired Cintas Document Management of the Netherlands and Belgium in a transaction worth €30M.