Daily Archives: Mar 24, 2019

£1.6 million grant saves 300 Portlethen jobs

Nearly 300 full time jobs will be safeguarded and 40 new jobs created in Portlethen following the award of £1.6 million in EU and Scottish Government funding. Irish-based meat processing company Kepak will use...

Joint Insolvency Examination Board success for Aberdeen accountancy practice employee

A University of Aberdeen law graduate has become a qualified insolvency practitioner after passing two sets of rigorous exams. Sarah Bedford, a senior insolvency services supervisor at Aberdeen-based chartered accountancy firm Meston Reid &...
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Technology and software group rebrands

SYSTEMS integration specialist Servelec Controls has rebranded to Innovation Transforming Industry (ITI). The firm, which has an operations base in...
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Aberdeen Harbour hands out £4.3m contracts for expansion project

ABERDEEN Harbour Board has issued further contract awards to the value of approximately £4.3 million, in support of the South Harbour Expansion Project. The awards cover...

Drilling firm announces new CEO

BORR Drilling has appointed Patrick Schorn as its new chief executive officer. He will take up the role from September 8, succeeding Svend Anton Maier...

Rovco wins multi-million pound floating wind survey contract

REMOTELY-operated vehicle specialist Rovco has been awarded a multi-million-pound contract by Gem Wind. The project is a joint venture between Total and Simply Blue Energy,...

Being made redundant? Here are five key things to consider when thinking about what’s next

by Andrew Dines, AAB Wealth director & chartered financial planner As the impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues to mount, and the conditions of the...