Ambipar completes acquisition of multinational consultancy Witt O’Brien’s

Ambipar completes acquisition of multinational consultancy Witt O’Brien’s

Ambipar (AMBP3) announced the completion of the acquisition of Witt O’Brien’s, LLC (Witt O’Brien’s), through one of the subsidiaries of the wholly-owned subsidiary Ambipar Response. The transaction amount was not reported.

According to a statement, the purchase of Witt O’Brien’s strengthens Ambipar Response’s leadership position, adding new customers to its portfolio, in addition to enabling entry into other markets and new geographies. Witt O’Brien’s complements the portfolio of services performed by Ambipar Response, generating commercial and operational synergies.

Ambipar Response is a company focused on crisis and emergency management in all modes and in the industry. With the acquisition of Witt O’Brien’s, Ambipar Response starts to serve state and local governments in the USA.

Immediately following this acquisition, Witt O’Brien’s will continue to operate with no changes to its customer service teams, thereby ensuring a smooth transition for its customers as well as executing a planned onboarding process.

Source: Infomoney

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