MCS changes name to Polygon

MCS, a global leader in property damage restoration and temporary humidity control services, today announces that the company is changing name to Polygon. The name change will be effective from November 1, 2010.

Stockholm, Sweden – 1st November, 2010  – On 1st October 2010, the MCS division was separated from Munters Group and established as an independent company; one with a strong growth agenda and  a dedicated focus on the property damage restoration and THC markets. As part of the separation from Munters the company will change name to Polygon. Polygon is already an established brand for us in the Nordic region. 

Michael Berg, CEO of Polygon comments, “Currently we operate under a few different brand names across the world, and with our vision for our company of significant investment and growth in mind, we have taken the opportunity to create a unified new name and distinct global brand for ourselves. In deciding upon the new name, it was important to us that we do not lose the great reputation we have and it is our strong belief that our new name must come directly from what we do, how we do it and how it benefits our people and our customers.” 

About Polygon
Polygon, formerly a division within Munters, offers a full range of solutions for the prevention and mitigation of the effects of fire, water and humidity. The company has revenues of 2.6 Bn SEK and provides 24 hour coverage, delivered by a international network of over 2,000 skilled employees in 15 countries to ensure a rapid, right first time response that mitigates loss and effectively manages cost. 

Contact Details
Michael Berg, CEO Polygon
Mobile: +46 703 66 44 32


About Us

Polygon is a Global Expert and the European market leader in Property Damage Control. On three continents and in 13 countries, our 3000 specialists prevent, control and mitigate the effects of water, fire and climate. Our innovative and tailor-made solutions combine people, knowledge and technology for a wide range of customer segments.


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