Daily Archives: Oct 17, 2017

Granite Expo success sees more than 1000 through the door

For the seventh consecutive year, one-day business showcase Granite Expo provided a platform for companies based in and with links to Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and beyond to exhibit, network, knowledge share and cross sell. New for this year’s free-to-attend event at...

Former cleaners take on boardroom roles

Commercial cleaning company Spotless, has appointed two former cleaners as joint Managing Directors as part of its strategy for long term growth. Nicola Barbour and Michelle Lamb will share responsibility for over 1400 staff across 7 offices. They will...

ITF broadens scope of its annual open call for oil and gas technology proposals

The Industry Technology Facilitator (ITF) has issued its annual open call for proposals and this year all global developers of innovations in the oil and gas industry are welcomed at any technology readiness level (TRL). ITF has also made the...

Tendeka secures trio of Middle East contract wins

Following a recent award by the Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) to deliver a lower completions project, Tendeka has been awarded two further contracts in the Middle East. The multi-million-pound agreements with the Abu Dhabi Onshore Operations Company (ADCO) and Petroleum...

Finnies acquires neighbouring shop for expansion

An Aberdeen jeweller is to increase its presence in the city centre following the purchase of a neighbouring property for an undisclosed sum. Finnies the Jeweller has acquired the building at 213 George Street which will provide more space to display its...

Wood wins FEED contract for first-of-its-kind LNG production platform

The Honghua Group Limited has awarded a $12 million front-end engineering design (FEED) contract to Wood for its liquefied natural gas (LNG) platform development in the West Delta area of the Gulf of Mexico. The main objective of the FEED is to...

Scottish firm says Trade Marks rise indicates encouraging climate for indigenous food and drink makers

Intellectual property specialist Marks & Clerk has hailed a consistent rise in the number of UK trade mark applications originating from Scotland - citing it as evidence of the country’s “strong and sustained entrepreneurial spirit”, particularly in the food...
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New build addition to Sentinel Marine fleet sets sail from Far East to Granite City

ABERDEEN firm Sentinel Marine’s final vessel in a £150 million investment in new offshore support ships has set sail...
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North Sea rescue firm names new CEO

ABERDEEN-based shipping firm North Star has appointed a new chief executive. Matthew Gordon will succeed Callum Bruce, who is stepping down after 34 years in...

Redevelopment of Greyfriars House approved in principle

THE demolition of Greyfriars House Aberdeen to make way for the building of up to 140 flats has been approved in principle. Telereal Trillium wants...

Hurricane Energy “deeply saddened” at death of COO

Hurricane Energy has announced the death of its chief operations officer (COO), Neil Platt. The North Sea exploration and production firm’s chairman, Steven McTiernan, said...

Aberdeen drone firm flies high with contract win

ABERDEEN-headquartered drone firm Sky-Futures Partners (an ICR company) has been awarded a four-year contract by a Scandinavian, multinational network and telecommunications company. Under the contract,...