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    About Interserve

Interserve’s origins date back to 1884 when brothers Edmund and Augustus Hughes formed London and Tilbury Lighterage Company Limited, which specialised in transferring cargo between vessels. Between 1930 and 1950, the business diversified by moving into waste disposal and purchasing a civil engineering firm.

Further growth occurred after the Company bought a construction and engineering arm, which included expansion into the Middle East in the 1990s. In 2001 the Tilbury Group was renamed Interserve.

Interserve now employs 68,000 people worldwide, providing a wide range of services to more than 7,500 clients.

Our History

Our history goes back to 1884 when the original founders formed what was to eventually become Interserve.

Board of directors

We are a modern, progressive business with a clear strategic direction, a strong leadership team and an effective governance framework in place.

Our values

Everything we do is underpinned by a set of values that shapes how we manage relationships with clients, employees, shareholders, suppliers & communities.

Sustainability

Underpinning our service delivery is the drive to create a sustainable business and minimise our impact on the environment.

Our policies

We understand the importance of getting the basics right. Without a clear code of conduct and guidance for identifying issues, making decisions and acting on them we can't deliver our services to the best of our ability.

Read more about our practices in our policies and on our health and safety page.


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