Endless acquires O&H Conversions Group with support from Walker MorrisPrint news article
Walker Morris has advised Endless on its recent deal to acquire the specialist vehicle conversion company, O&H Conversions Group (O&H).
O&H are one of the leading vehicle converters in the UK. Established in 1988, the East Yorkshire based company specialises in Patient Transport Service ambulances, front line A&E ambulance vehicles, Wheelchair Access Vehicles and Welfare vehicles.
Specialist lawyers Debbie Jackson and Michael Taylor with support from Judith Pike in Real Estate and Rebecca Austin-Heath in Corporate, advised Endless who have agreed to refinance the group as well as provide additional working capital for the business as part of the transaction.
Andrew Smith, who joined Endless in May 2016 as the Head of its Leeds office, will support the current O&H management team led by Peter Van Smirren.
Andrew Smith commented:
“We are delighted to have been given the opportunity to support O&H and the management team’s growth ambitions. O&H has a strong reputation in the vehicle conversion industry and we are excited to be a part of the future for this well-respected business.”
Peter Van Smirren said:
“We are very much looking forward to working with the Endless team. In a relatively short period of time we have developed an excellent understanding. We are aligned in our objective to allow O&H to fulfil its potential and solidify its position as a leading provider of vehicle conversions.”
Debbie Jackson added:
“Endless are a long-standing client of the firm and we are delighted to have advised them on this latest acquisition. Their investment into the group will provide O&H with a solid platform for future growth.”
The Endless deal team comprised of Andrew Smith, Matthew Jubb, Richard Harrison and Stefan Nowakowski and O&H was advised by Schofield Sweeney (Martin Sweeney).