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Vehicle salvage firms combine under Synetiq brand

DH SystemsFour firms in the vehicle salvage sector will merge into a £120m turnover business under a new brand.

Motorhog, Car Transplants, FAB Recycling and Edinburgh-based DH Systems will combine on 1 March as Synetiq with 400 staff operating from 16 sites with a fleet of more than 100 collection and delivery vehicles. Together they have processed about 100,000 vehicles in the last 12 months.

DH Systems Consultancy (pictured) is based in The Clocktower, Edinburgh and will be the IT development base for the newly-combined group. Dave Harcourt, founder and managing director of DH Systems will become the IT director.

Richard Martin, managing director, said: “We are thrilled that Synetiq has been created to take the great work we did at Motorhog to another level. By combining the best of all our businesses we can offer a fantastic solution to our clients and customers, and in doing so, help do our bit for the environment.”

Mr said: “DH Systems was set up to provide IT services to the insurance, salvage and dismantling industry, so to become part of Synetiq and bring this knowledge and expertise to our clients as part of an integrated solution is really exciting.”


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