Metal recycling and decommissioning firm John Lawrie has nearly doubled its staff after a seven-figure investment in its Angus repurposing facility.
Reused and repurposed products and materials are concepts associated with a circular economy, and a circular economy is associated with the green recovery of our nation following the challenging events of this year. If we, as a nation and as an industry, are to meet our carbon emission reduction targets in the coming years, then we must act now.
A Norwegian cargo ship which became stranded on the west coast of Skye has been successfully decommissioned from service.
We are proud to be a part of an industry that has evolved considerably over the last 90 years, delivering real economic growth to the UK and worldwide economies whilst making an undeniably positive impact on the environment. As technology has evolved our knowledge, expertise and work ethic continues to play a vital role in the success of metal recycling.
Global integrated materials and logistics management company Asco said yesterday it had taken 100% control of fellow Aberdeen firm Norm Solutions in a “logical” expansionary move.
Two north-east firms have cemented a partnership established at the turn of the century by extending it into the next decade.
Profits at Aberdeen-based recycling, decommissioning and steel tubulars company John Lawrie Group more than doubled during 12 months which saw it undergo a private equity-backed management buyout and handle the highest tonnage of scrap metal in its history.
At least four jobs are to be created at the former 60 North Recycling site at Lerwick’s Rova Head after it opened for business again this week.
The new owners of metal reprocessing, tubular supply and decommissioning company John Lawrie Group (JLG), of Aberdeen, have moved swiftly to grow the firm by snapping up a business in Shetland.