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Monday, 27 March 2017

UK Top 20 Regulated Sector Security Companies 2012


Bobby Logue

Bobby Logue

Infologue.com believes that in 2012 the regulated security sector has decreased by 3.5% in  terms of turnover reducing to £3,18 billion (2011 – £3.3 billion). The annualised turnover of the Infologue.com Top 20 companies has decreased by an estimated 2.11% from £2.575 billion to £2.645 billion writes Infologue.com’s Bobby Logue. We estimate the regulated security sector has reduced by 3.5% In contrast 82.65% (2011 – 80.15%) of the annual turnover of the regulated security sector is divided between the Infologue.com Top 20 companies. The “Top 5” G4S, Securitas, Mitie TSM, VSG and OCS share approximately 56% of the regulated security market between themselves. Please read our Security Industry Analysis in fullFailure is not fatal, but failure to change might be.” – How Infologue.com viewed the Security Industry in 2012

There are no new entrants to the Infologue.com Top 20 and some turnover figures have been reduced as a result of an over estimation by Infologue.com in 2011. The growth of the bundled services providers (BSP) continues and we estimate that the market gross margin was reduced by at least 2.5%. BSP’s accounted for approximately 59% of the regulated security sector with 11 BSP companies featuring in the Infologue.com Top 20.

The Infologue.com Top 20 mirrors the regulated private security sector which includes companies operating within the following security disciplines; Guarding, Cash and Valuables in Transit, Close Protection, Door Supervision, Public Space Surveillance (CCTV), Security Guarding, and Key Holding.

Infologue.com Top 20 UK Companies in the Regulated Security Sector 2012

Rank Company Name 2012 Turnover Est Market Share
1 G4S £788,000,000 24.74%
2 Securitas Security Services Ltd. £385,000,000 12.09%
3 Mitie Total Security Management £320,000,000 10.05%
4 Vision Security Group Ltd (VSG)(Compass) £160,000,000 5.02%
5 OCS Group UK Ltd £130,000,000 4.08%
6 Loomis UK Ltd £109,000,000 3.42%
7 Advance Security (UK) Limited £89,000,000 2.79%
8 Wilson James Ltd. £66,000,000 2.07%
9 First Security(Guards) Limited (InterservePlc) £65,000,000 2.04%
10 The Shield Guarding Co. Ltd. £62,000,000 1.95%
11 ISS Facility Services Limited £60,000,000 1.88%
12 Initial Facilities Services £56,000,000 1.76%
13 Corps Security Ltd £54,000,000 1.70%
14 ICTS UK Ltd £52,000,000 1.63%
15 TSS (Total Security Services) £50,000,000 1.57%
16 Carlisle Security £41,000,000 1.29%
17 Ultimate Security Services Ltd £40,000,000 1.26%
18 Axis Security Ltd £38,000,000 1.19%
19 Sodexo £36,000,000 1.13%
20 Kingdom Security Ltd £31,000,000 0.97%
Estimated Turnover of Top 20 £2,632,000,000 82.65%
Estimated Turnover of Regulated Security Industry £3,184,500,000 100.00%

The above table is based on estimates and historical published data of annual turnover and should be viewed only as a guide to the approximate size of the largest companies in the manned security industry. The turnover is calculated on annualised basis as of November 2012 and relates only to revenue derived from the regulated sector of the Private Security Industry. Some companies have non related areas of business in their statutory accounts which Infologue.com attempts to estimate and factor out of the estimated turnover. Whilst some companies are now providing information on turnover to Infologue.com all figures will not be accurate as statutory information can be up to two years out of date. Infologue.com welcomes input from the companies in the Infologue.com Top 20 and will amend any verified inaccuracies as soon as possible. Therefore these figures should be treated with caution and be regarded as a best guess. The Infologue.com Top 20 UK Companies in the Regulated Security Sector 2012 is an exclusive production of Infologue.com and may not be replicated without the express written permission of the producers thereof.


One response to “UK Top 20 Regulated Sector Security Companies 2012”

  1. Kiersten says:

    I could not resist commenting. Well written!

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