CUTTING Underwater Technologies (CUT UK), a specialist cutting services provider to the decommissioning and abandonment industry, recently held an open day at its new £3.25million headquarters in Aberdeen.
About 150 guests – including the Lord Provost of Aberdeen, representatives of many energy-industry companies and senior figures from CUT’s parent company in Italy – attended the event at the new premises in Aberdeen Science and Energy Park, Claymore Drive, Bridge of Don.
Entertainment was provided by the CUT jazz quartet, who were flown over from Genoa in Italy for the event. Guests also enjoyed an Italian-themed barbecue.
A plaque was unveiled at the new premises by Lynn Dawson, who works for a real-estate company in Aberdeen and located the site for CUT.