ABERDEEN recruitment agency Cammach Bryant has been acquired by a company headed by Roy MacGregor’s Global Energy Group for an undisclosed sum.
All 14 members of staff, including managing director Susan Atkinson, will stay with the £14 million annual turnover Chattan Place based business, following its acquisition by GEG Capital.
Jia MacKenzie, GEG Capital board director, said: “The Cammach Bryant brand will bolster our core offering and further defines our established footprint in the recruitment industry across Scotland.
“After carefully observing and planning for the upcoming transition from Oil & Gas to Green Energy, we decided that now was the right time to develop our range of services in order to respond better to all industry needs.
“Longer term it is our intent to take the skills and capability from our Highland businesses within Construction, Civil Engineering & Food processing to expand the business in Aberdeen.”
Susan added: “We are extremely excited to be joining GEG Capital at this time.
“I am confident in knowing that our valued and respected clients, contractors and superb staff will be in safe hands with a strong, successful female leader who shares the same integrity, values and passion for service as myself.
“In the current climate, the opportunity to combine this level of talent, resources and experience shared between the two well established firms will bring fantastic benefits for clients and candidates alike as Jia takes the business forward
GEG Capital is based at GEG’s Henderson Road headquarters and already owns two recruitment agencies, Global Highland and Be Personnel.