Group companies merge for power generation

December 4th, 2014, Published in Articles: Energize

 

ACTOM Air Pollution Control has become a business unit of John Thompson, the power division of ACTOM. The two group companies merged on 1 November 2014. Air Pollution Control’s focus has been on industry, mining and minerals, and John Thompson has concentrated on power generation and are specialists in boilers and environmental solutions. In view of the many synergies that exist between the two businesses, the Group has decided to merge these companies under the John Thompson umbrella. This mutually beneficial move will combine the respective strengths and resources of both, the benefits of which will be passed on to the company’s customers. As this is an organisational change only, Air Pollution Control will remain at its existing premises in Cresta for the foreseeable future and the company’s contact details remain unchanged.

Contact Carey-Ann Kondo, ACTOM John Thompson, Tel 021 959-8478, Carey-AnnK@johnthompson.co.za

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