As countries and communities around the world continue to battle the spread of Covid-19, we would like to outline some of the measures we have implemented at G4S to protect our employees and customers.
G4S plc (“G4S” or the “Group”) announces that it has entered into an agreement to sell the majority of its conventional cash handling businesses, with 2019 revenues of £0.6 billion, to The Brink’s Company (“Brink’s”) for an enterprise value of £727 million.
On February 20, 2020, a polymer £20 note was released across the UK. The new notes will ultimately replace two billion cotton 20s currently in circulation. How is G4S involved in swapping £40 billion in cash - the biggest cash replacement in UK history - without impacting consumers?
How smart security tech saved a research institute 60,000 USD a year
At a US-based research institute where employees work on highly sensitive projects supporting governments, organisations and universities across a wide range of industries globally, strict security and smart tech allow the team to keep a watchful eye on multiple sites, from one location.
Emergency and evacuation training makes millions safer on Dutch railways
10,000 employees of Dutch railway company Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS) go through rigorous emergency first aid, fire and evacuation safety training courses every year, tailor-made and delivered by G4S, so they are ready to meet the safety needs of millions of train users every day.
Our strategy addresses the long-term positive demand for security and related services and our enduring strategic aim is to demonstrate the values and performance that makes G4S the company of choice for customers employees and shareholders.