A North Sea inspection firm has revealed it will expand its business after the demise of its nearest rival.
The use of robotics to inspect dangerous pressure vessels could save the energy industry more than £240million per year.
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Energy industries advanced inspection and asset integrity service company Sonomatic has built a new £4million North Sea HQ in Aberdeen and says its expansion drive could generate as many as 200 more jobs.
Ultrasonic-inspection firm Sonomatic has said it expects to create at least 20 new jobs at its delayed £4million Aberdeen facility. Sonomatic, which provides subsea services to customers in the oil and gas industry globally, had expected construction to get under way at The Core business park in November. But some tinkering with the new base’s features, and with plans for the transfer of administration staff, has pushed the ground-breaking back until Monday.