Eighty-eight north and north-east jobs have been saved after industrial cleaning and environmental-waste management specialist MSIS plunged into administration and was swiftly acquired by a local rival.
The father of a teenager killed on the last day of his summer job last night branded a man accused of killing him a “liar” as he was cleared of the crime.
A man accused of killing a teenage colleague by starting up an oil rig cable pulling machine while the youth was inside yesterday told a jury he was not present when the 17-year-old was injured – and “thought he was taking a breather” when he found him unconscious.
A man accused of killing a schoolboy on the last day of a summer job told police he left him alone to mix paint – and then found him lying in the wheel of a cable spooler, a trial has heard.
The High Court in Aberdeen has heard how a horrified father rushed to give first aid to an injured worker and found his son near to death.
In the past, fabric maintenance has been viewed by many as an area which can be wrapped up by multi-discipline companies offering a raft of services in the form of a “one-stop-shop” facility for their customers – and it can. But in these days of additional emphasis on the need for maximum budget efficiency, many of our customers are telling us that they believe it is increasingly important to ensure that each and every service bought in is getting the best possible results and the best possible value for money.
As the oil industry continues to adapt and evolve to a new operating landscape, it has never been more important to sharpen your focus to maintain strength in your chosen and target marketplaces writes Brian Ritchie, Managing Director, Denholm MacNamee.
A MAN is to stand trial for allegedly killing a teenager at an oil company.
Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Norway, Sarah Gillett, will be among the speakers at Granite PR’s fourth annual Aberdeen-Norway Gateway next week.