Woodgate and Clark to target organic growth after Quadra acquisition

Business growth

The loss adjuster’s managing director believes there is room for growth in the mid-ranking loss adjusting arena

In January, Van Ameyde Group-owned Woodgate and Clark purchased 100% of the share capital of Manchester-based Quadra Claims Services, a fellow UK loss adjusting business, to claim “a foothold” in the personal lines claims market. Now, the business is gearing up to focus on organic growth instead, with plans to expand into the mid-market loss adjusting arena, according to managing director Phil Scarrett.

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