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Engineering firm ready for expansion

Category: Scottish Investment — Paul Morgan on January 3, 2014

A Scottish firm working within the oil and gas industry is set to move ahead with expansion plans, following (more…)

Singapore steel supplier opens Scottish base

Category: Scottish Investment — Mark on November 14, 2013

A Singaporean steel firm has selected Glasgow as the location for its first base in the UK; creating 15 jobs in the process.

EEW Energy Services (EEWES) operates in the oil and gas market and is to invest £6 million into the project (more…)

New conference centre planned for Aberdeen

Category: Scottish Investment — Gary Cain on November 4, 2013

City councillors have announced plans for the creation of a brand new business and entertainment venue in Aberdeen.

The new facility, which has been proposed for a site in Dyce, near Aberdeen International Airport, will replace the Aberdeen (more…)

Glasgow set for central distillery

Category: Scottish Investment — Mark on October 26, 2013

Glasgow could be getting its first whisky distillery at the heart of the city, after plans were submitted to the council as part of a new multi-million (more…)

Moray Firth firms celebrate broadband introduction

Category: Scottish Investment — Gary Cain on October 24, 2013

Businesses working around Inverness and in the Moray Firth area are to benefit from high speed fibre broadband access which has been funded by public money.

The project is the first part of a nationwide scheme to bring broadband to areas with no clear indication (more…)

New sales lab to create 200 jobs in Glasgow

Category: Scottish Investment — Paul Morgan on October 18, 2013

The opening of a new sales centre in Glasgow will result in the creation of more than 200 jobs, the firm behind the development has confirmed.

Opened in early October, direct marketing company Aquira said its investment in the site was a reflection of Scotland’s growing reputation (more…)

Marina saved after private takeover

Category: Scottish Investment — Paul Morgan on October 2, 2013

The biggest marina on Scotland’s east coast has been saved, after a new private investor agreed to inject new funding into the facility.

Port Edgar will now be managed and maintained by a new firm, Port Edgar Holding Ltd. (PEH). The company has signed a 30-year contract with City of Edinburgh Council to (more…)

Tile company to invest in Lochmaben facility

Category: Scottish Investment — Paul Morgan on September 10, 2013

A Burton-based tile firm has invested a quarter of a million pounds into its south Scotland facility in an attempt to ramp up the range of products offered from the site.

Russell Roof Tiles, which is one of the leading concrete roof (more…)

Dundee Victoria and Albert museum wins planning permission

Category: Scottish Investment — Gary Cain on September 8, 2013

Dundee’s new waterfront development project has been given a huge boost, as the city council has granted planning permission to the construction of a new museum.

The Victoria and Albert (V&A) museum will be the first of its kind (more…)

Study calls for Inverness to be linked with Heathrow

Category: Scottish Investment — Paul Morgan on July 28, 2013

Recent research has highlighted the need for Inverness Airport to link with Heathrow, something it hasn’t offered in 15 years. It is thought that tens of thousands of (more…)

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