Hydro Group, of Aberdeen, is looking to further grow its business in global defence markets following a US takeover.
Hydro Group has hailed growth thanks to work in the defence sector but said the subsea industry it operates in still has a “long, hard slog” ahead.
Scottish engineering firm Hydro Group is bolstering Britain’s defences amid growing demand for its services in military markets around the world.
An Aberdeen subsea cable firm has said £500,000 of new business can be "unlocked" through expansion into Israel.
Aberdeen-headquartered Hydro Group has completed a £2.5million project for France’s first floating offshore wind power project.
An Aberdeen firm is to carry out installation work for the world’s first “carbon-free island” in South Korea.
A north-east businessman has warned that "drastic increases" in his rates could mean losing 10 apprentices in his ambitious training scheme.
Hydro Group, of Aberdeen, and Ian Donald, managing director at Westhill-based Enpro Subsea, were hailed as stars of the UK subsea sector at an awards ceremony in the north-east last night.
Energy service company Hydro Group, of Aberdeen, said yesterday its Asian division had achieved record growth.
A team of Aberdeenshire school pupils are preparing to head to NASA in Houston for the finals of a competition to design and build subsea remote operated vehicle.
Aberdeen firm Hydro Group can simulate the intense pressures of thousands of feet below sea level to test subsea cabling after a £250,000 investment in new equipment. The firm, which designs and manufactures cables and connectors for customers in the oil & gas, renewable-energy, defence and aerospace industries, said yesterday its new hydrostatic pressure tank could pressure test large cable assemblies and equipment up to 2,200psi, simulating depths of 5,000 feet below sea level.