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05 Mar 2024

QEM Solutions acquired by Adler and Allan

5th March 2024. Specialist quality and engineering management solutions company, QEM Solutions (QEM) has been acquired by national environmental risk reduction services business, Adler and Allan.

Adler and Allan enable utilities, energy, and industrial infrastructure owners to overcome the biggest environmental challenges of the 21st century, reducing risk to the environment and their operation by managing assets compliantly, while achieving commercial, ESG and Net-Zero goals.

This is Adler and Allan’s fifth acquisition in the utilities sector, and eighth overall in the last three years.

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Henrik Pedersen, Chief Executive Officer, Adler and Allan, said: “This critical acquisition supports our mission to solve industry’s biggest environmental challenges as well as reinforcing our ambitious growth plans, by bolstering our specialist quality and engineering management capability and enhancing our range of services to the gas and water sectors. This acquisition strengthens our position as a turnkey partner to the utilities sector as they tackle the challenges of energy diversification and distribution through RIIO3 and RIIO4.”

Rob Graham, Chief Executive Officer, QEM, said: “We are excited to be joining the Adler and Allan Group. The services Adler and Allan offers, and their established position in the utilities and environmental markets, allows us to offer our expert quality and engineering management solutions into more companies, providing a full turnkey package of professional services, technical consultancy, inspections and surveys, management and training solutions.”

QEM will continue to provide its specialist process management and engineering services to support the management of design processes, assist with procurement or risk management and third-party inspections and audits.

This acquisition strengthens QEM’s position giving customers access to a larger range of capabilities, expertise, and equipment, which will ultimately make the supply chain more resilient.