Case Studies

We work with a diverse range of businesses across Wales and the South West.

Our clients include owner-managed businesses through to Plcs; many are indigenous UK businesses, others are UK offices of large international companies.

Below is a snapshot of client work we have undertaken:



Corporate Finance

Transaction Services

Wolfestone Translation Ltd is a Swansea based business which was set up by Anna Bastek and Roy Allkin in 2006, with the aim of revolutionising the translation industry. Over 12 years they have grown their business to be one of the biggest translation companies in Wales and pride themselves on providing high customer satisfaction.

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Construction

Clarks Modular Buildings Limited was founded in 1951 as a family run business. The initial business was hire of jackleg cabins to local business contractors and the construction industry. Clarks progressed into hire and sales of modular buildings in 1998. The company’s clients are spread across the private and public sector in Wales and throughout the UK and include some major utility companies and well known construction businesses.

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Automotive/Wholesale & Retail

LDS Motor Factors Limited is a supplier of vehicle parts and spares with 4 locations across South Wales. They have a reputation for good customer service and value for money. The company has been operating for in excess of 25 years and was a family business until the recent transaction. The business had grown significantly through the vision of founder Lyndon Smith, which included the acquisition of Normag Motor Factors, bringing Wayne Thomas on board.

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Tax

Utilities

Safety Technology is a market leader in safety and rescue equipment for onshore and offshore wind farms, inspection, maintenance, vacuum packing and certification of safety systems.

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Transport and waste management

Our client runs haulage contracting and waste screening, recycling and tipping services.

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