Polygon strengthens its position in document restoration

Polygon UK announces today its acquisition of Harwell Document Restoration Services, the UK’s leading document restoration specialist based in Oxfordshire. Harwell joins Polygon’s existing document restoration businesses in North America and Germany and enables Polygon to offer a truly global service.

Jeremy Sykes, Managing Director of Polygon UK, says, “We have been working with Harwell since it started and the two companies already have a close and productive relationship. With Harwell joining the Polygon family, we look forward to offering customers the expertise and solutions that the combined business can provide.”

Kathryn Rodgers, Managing Director of Harwell Document Restoration Services says, “We’re really excited to join Polygon, to broaden the services we offer to our customers and to expand Harwell’s offering beyond the UK.”

Harwell, a family business established in 1995 by Ken McKenzie, specialises in the restoration of documents, books, photographs and artwork in the event of a disaster. Many national collections and prestigious institutions retain Harwell’s services, with clients including the British Library, British Museum, Royal Household, Historic Royal Palaces, Glasgow School of Art, and most UK banks, universities and local authorities. The company has 29 employees and is a highly recognised service provider, having been named or short-listed for numerous awards in recent years within the fields of business continuity, insurance and risk management.

Polygon is the European market leader in property damage restoration and a trusted partner to the UK’s leading insurance companies. With more than 230,000 projects completed globally each year, Polygon has more than 40 years’ experience in managing domestic mass claims, high net worth projects, as well as commercial, technical and complex loss. All of these are performed by fully employed, well-trained and empathetic teams of area-based technicians.

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