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Rentokil Acquires India's Pestcone Plus

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Rentokil Initial India has acquired Gujarat-based pest control service providing company PestconePlus for an undisclosed amount, a statement issued by the company (Rentokil Initial India) said.

| June 20, 2014

Rentokil Initial India has acquired Gujarat-based pest control service providing company PestconePlus for an undisclosed amount, a statement issued by the company (Rentokil Initial India) said.

Commenting on the acquisition, Sam Easaw, managing director, Rentokil Initial India, says, “Acquisition of PestconePlus Pvt. Ltd marks our entry into Gujarat, an exciting and emerging market in India. We will continue to build our regional strength in India through organic and inorganic growth.  This acquisition further strengthens our presence in India and supports our journey of accelerated growth through  differentiated services.”

Rentokil initial has established it as a leading pest control service provider since 2008 in India and for more than 100 years internationally, the statement said.

The acquired company, the statement added, with offices across India will help in bringing an experienced local management team into the company.

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