Oilfield equipment firm Enerquip, of Aberdeen, has been presented with the highest official award for UK businesses.
More than half of the Scottish successes in the 2020 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are from the north and north-east.
Oilfield equipment firm Enerquip has unveiled a £1 million expansion to cope with growing demand for its products and services.
An oilfield equipment firm is looking to expand its north-east workforce to cope with growing demand for its products.
Aberdeen-headquartered firm EnerQuip has announced a six-figure deal with an oilfield service company based in Kuwait.
Aberdeen-based Titan Torque has spent a “substantial six-figure sum” on what’s thought to be Europe’s largest torque machine.
A £3.7 million deal was inked yesterday by an Aberdeen-based firm to supply torque machine solutions worldwide.
The Gold Awards for best large and small companies will once again be contested by some of the biggest and best names in the North Sea oil and gas industry.
EnerQuip of Aberdeen is six months into its first year of a new business division which is predicted to drive significant growth for the firm.
Bosses at EnerQuip hailed a major step forward for the fledgling oil service firm yesterday with the unveiling of a new £800,000 facility in Houston.
Enerquip has grown 300% in its first year of trading, increasing its team from five to 23.
Aberdeen-based downhole specialist EnerQuip, has added a new director as the company gears up to launch a new torque control product.