Moorfield Group is enjoying fruitful spell at its Aberdeen Energy and Innovation Parks, with a string of new tenants making it their home.
These include Ziyen UK, a division of a US based software company launched in 2016 by Highlander Alastair Caithness.
Zyen, which also has a base in Inverness, is expected to hire a number of experienced industry professionals for its new office in the James Gregory Centre on Campus Two at Aberdeen Innovation Park.
Specialist recruitment services company Genesis Personnel has recently moved to Unit F4 at the Enterprise Centre, Aberdeen Energy Park.
Genesis, which has its head office in Peterhead, has relocated its Aberdeen office from the city centre and signed-up for a small refurbished unit on an initial two-year lease.
Kaseum Technology, a specialist in the design, development and manufacture of downhole tools, has agreed a five-year lease for Units 1 and 2 in the Energy Development Centre at Aberdeen Energy Park.
Knight Frank and Ryden are joint agents for the business parks, acquired by Moorfield Group in 2014.