Manassas VA Parsippany-based SOS Security LLC, a security company, announced it has recently acquired the operating assets of New Horizon Security Services Inc., a provider of manned security services in Manassas, Virginia.
New Horizon Security employs more than 800 officers who serve commercial, residential and state and local government clients.
"We are excited to join SOS Security," John Frazer, president of New Horizon Security, said in a prepared statement. "
As part of SOS, we will continue to serve our customers with the same dedication to quality as we do today, only now as part of a company with over 7,500 employees. We look forward to bringing the benefits of SOS Security's domestic and global capabilities and extensive operational resources to our customers."
SOS Security said its acquisition of New Horizon Security will allow it to provide even more security services and exceed client expectations.
"We founded SOS Security with the belief that if we hired the best people and provided the highest quality services to our customers, we would build a first-class security company," Edward B. Silverman, chairman and CEO of SOS Security, said in a prepared statement. "We are excited about our investment in New Horizon Security because the people, mission and culture uniquely align with ours. New Horizon Security's innovative technology and customer service techniques will support our continued tradition of excellence."
Frazer will become the regional vice president of the New Horizon Security's division of SOS Security and will continue managing the growth in SOS Security's mid-Atlantic region.
"Our employees have been instrumental in helping us reach this pivotal moment in our company's history, and are the reason we will continue to thrive as part of SOS Security," Frazer said in a prepared statement.
"This is an exciting strategic collaboration. Applying our combined talent, scope of services, domestic and global footprint, resources and expertise in security operations will lead to new and exciting opportunities for our clients and employees," Silverman said in a prepared statement.
Financial terms were not disclosed.