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Industry Report Examines Forecast For 2011
07 January, 2011
Plimsoll has published an industry analysis report for the UK security market examining the effects of a difficult 2010 and forecasts for the coming year
Report Examines UK Security Trends To 2011
01 November, 2010
Plimsoll examines the UK security industry, reviewing performance so far in the current year and looking at the expectations for the industry during next year
UK Security Industry Performance Gap Grows
23 August, 2010
Plimsoll report focuses on the UK security industry and examines the growth in the performance gap which exists in the industry at the moment
Zombie Businesses Causing Problems In the UK Security Market
02 July, 2010
Report from Plisoll examines security companies in the UK who are continuing to exist to service debts despite making heavy losses and causing supply chain payment problems
Plimsoll Reports on The State of the UK Security Industry
30 April, 2010
Mixed fortunes feature in latest Plimsoll report with a third of audited companies losing their value in the last 12 months
UK Security companiestest Ripe For Acquisition
09 February, 2010
UK Research Company believes local Security Companies are sufficiently polarised in terms of cash to make the market extremely attractive for acquisitions
2010 Outlook for UK security industry
06 January, 2010
Market analysts in the UK envisage a slow recovery in the local security services industry after two difficult years in the industry
Recession sets UK security industry back to the tune of Ãâ€Ã£1.8 billion
04 December, 2009
Report from Plimsoll demonstrates uneven spread of loss burden to the UK Security Industry during the recession period
2009 UK Security Market Review available
04 November, 2009
Plimsoll has published a review of the turbulent UK security industry for the past year and forecasts threats and opportunities for 2010
Financial health rating service offered by Plimsoll
24 September, 2009
Keeping track of business partners in the security industry is becoming more important, a process that can be assisted by Plimsoll's new rating service
Study examines the potential fate of the UK Security Industry
28 August, 2009
Plimsoll study reveals around 25% of UK security companies are currently suffering losses and examines the future potential of the industry
Takeover period emerging for UK security industry
21 July, 2009
The latest security industry analysis report from Plimsoll suggests a number of larger companies are poised to enter the take-over market as smaller companies are caught struggling in difficult financial times
Strong financial ratings for many UK security companiestest
23 June, 2009
The UK security industry is bearing up better than expected to the economic strain according to analysts Plimsoll
Financial uncertainty widens gap in security market
22 May, 2009
UK security companies becoming financially polarised according to market trends report from Plimsoll
Study suggests economic downturn offers key opportunity the UK security industry
19 March, 2009
New study by industry analysts, Plimsoll Publishing, suggests that the current economic downturn represents one of the biggest opportunities for the UK security industry in a generation, if you have the courage and the capital.
Plimsoll tips on avoiding closure in UK security sector
25 February, 2009
With the financial crisis continuing, Plimsoll is offering the UK security market advice on how to avoid becoming a casualty of the recession
Analysis report available on failing UK businesses
21 January, 2009
Security companies which were threatened with closure over the past year come under scrutiny in report by Plimsoll
Security industry take-over and merger report
14 October, 2008
Latest Plimsoll report analyses the UK security industry and provides a forecast for future takeover and merger activity
Report available on UK Security Market
27 May, 2008
Plimsoll report details trends in the UK security market during a period of economic slow down
Report on handling conditions of recession in the security market.
24 April, 2008
Plimsoll publishes report on dealing with the impacts of recession on the security industry with analysis on 1500 security companies.
Study by Plimsoll indicates UK security industry ripe for acquisitions.
26 March, 2008
Acquisition study report available with reader discount on the state of the security industry in the UK.
The industry winners and losers in the predicted economic storm.
16 January, 2008
Plimsoll sets the scene for the year ahead for the security industry with a bright outlook for those companies willing to grab the market.
Plimsoll provides outlook for 2008 security market.
15 November, 2007
Innovation and cost control remain the best bet for sustaining growth in the security sector through 2008 according to Plimsoll Publishing.
Report shows UK companiestest defy slowdown
21 September, 2007
UK survey indicates security companies remain confident despite an economic slowdown
Small security firms targeted for take-over.
14 August, 2007
Plimsoll analysts predict an increase in the number of takeover bids affecting the UK's smaller, privately owned security firms.
Plimsoll reports on UK security industry losses
12 July, 2007
Plimsoll report looks at opportunities for improving productivity and reducing losses in the UK security industry.