- Hornbill will be known as OCU Hornbill
- Triton first invested in OCU in August 2022
- OCU is a service provider in the utilities industry, operating on a national scale
OCU Group, backed by Triton Partners, has acquired Hornbill Group, an electrical engineering business, and its subsidiaries.
No financial details of the transaction were disclosed.
Hornbill, based in Wales, UK, designs and builds electrical infrastructure for high-voltage (HV) and low-voltage (LV) renewable energy projects.
Hornbill will be known as OCU Hornbill as part of the acquisition arrangements.
Hornbill will become a part of OCU’s Energy Services division.
“Acquiring Hornbill not only strengthens our presence across South Wales and the South-West but also opens doors within this region, aligning with our long-term growth strategy,” said Michael Hughes, CEO of OCU. “This acquisition will also play a significant role in expanding our portfolio of renewable energy infrastructure, furthering our commitment to sustainability.”
Triton first invested in OCU in August 2022.
Triton, based in London, is a European mid-market investor that focuses on industrial tech, services, consumer, and healthcare.
OCU is a service provider in the utilities industry, operating on a national scale. The company is headquartered in Manchester, UK.