Australia – Morson Group completes acquisition of recruitment firm ACRWorld

April 22, 2022

Morson Group, a UK-based engineering personnel provider, has announced that it has completed the acquisition of Australian recruitment firm ACRWorld.

The group said the acquisition strengthens its technical and infrastructural footprint.

Financial details were not disclosed.

ACRWorld specializes in providing customized recruitment solutions to the architecture, engineering, construction, real estate, transportation, renewable energy and related industries by matching clients with sought-after candidates in the whole world.

Based in Sydney, the organization’s 34-strong team is led by Managing Director, John Green and Directors, Dave Deemer and Rob Lawrence.

Green said, “Our market alignment is underpinned by a cultural fit and a shared philosophy between the two companies. The Morson Group strategy is based on collaboration, integrity and a clear vision to put people at the heart of what they do, which are values ​​that reflect our own.

“The Morson Group will present our team with the ideal platform to support sustainable growth, providing our clients and candidates with one-stop access to a suite of innovative recruitment products and services to enhance our capabilities to provide consultative recruitment of quality,” added Green. “Through this partnership, we will be able to offer exciting new opportunities to our associates, while preserving the reputation we have worked so hard to build.”

Ged Mason OBE, CEO of Morson Group, said: “We have a clear strategy to expand our footprint and improve our position as a global player, the acquisition of ACRWorld reinforces this objective and strengthens our presence in the architecture, engineering, construction, real estate. , transport and renewable energies. As the pandemic has pushed us to think local, as borders and opportunities open up, we have our eyes firmly on the bigger picture.

“Bringing ACRWorld into the group allows us to take advantage of huge growth opportunities in Australia, diversify the group with its complementary offering and a respected team, while giving our customers access to a global network of talents,” Mason said.

“The coming months will remain business as usual as our leadership teams work together to add value to each other’s operations and ensure a successful integration,” Mason added. “We are seeing an unprecedented demand for talent around the world, and our priority is to support this increase in outsourced recruitment as organizations seek the right talent partner to achieve their strategic ambitions.”

Michael J. Chiaramonte