North-east firm ThinJack says it has achieved record turnover of £600,000.
The Westhill-based oil service business added it increased annual turnover by more than 30% in the year to March 31, thanks to a steady flow of work in the North Sea and Gulf of Mexico plus its first projects in Malaysia and Egypt.
ThinJack, whose technology is used for separating and jacking operations in hazardous, difficult or restricted areas, is led by directors Guy Bromby and Alastair MacDonald.
The firm, established in 2007, employs six people at Westhill and also has field technicians in Australia, Saudi Arabia and the US.
Mr Bromby said they were delighted to be working in an increasing number of locations across the world.