Sedgwick acquires Stericycle Expert Solutions

Sedgwick has acquired the recall, remediation and retention solutions business from Stericycle. As part of the transaction, Sedgwick gains more than 300 new colleagues from the firm’s Expert Solutions service line in the US, Canada and Europe.

“The addition of Stericycle’s Expert Solutions service line, along with their talented team, brings tremendous value to Sedgwick,” said Mike Arbour, CEO of Sedgwick. “We look forward to offering best-in-class recall, remediation and retention solutions on a global scale under the Sedgwick banner to clients in the automotive, food and beverage, medical devices, retail, pharmaceuticals and consumer products industries and beyond. This acquisition enhances our suite of integrated offerings in the benefits, claims and resolution space, and we are excited to combine our resources and expertise for the benefit of our clients.”

“With a 25-year track record of managing some of the most sensitive and time-critical business and product crises, we know what it takes to resolve in-market challenges and uphold client commitments to customers, supply chain partners, industry groups and regulators,” said Ken Edwards, senior vice-president and general manager at Expert Solutions.

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