Latest News

  • As SeaMate 89 departs, we say thanks...

    27/03/2020 - Yesterday afternoon, the determination of our staff shone through as we said farewell to SeaMate 89 – our newly completed 400t concrete feed barge.  The delivery of a feeding barge like this is just one example of the exceptional output of our employees despite challenging circumstances.  The barge is journeying towards its new home at Loch Hourn where it will play a key part in supporting the welfare of Scottish salmon.
  • Some changes to our operations - Coronavirus Update

    25/03/2020 - These are clearly unsettling times for everyone and a rapidly changing situation, hour-by-hour. We wish to express our sincerest thanks to our hard-working staff and loyal customers for doing everything they can to keep themselves and others safe in recent days and weeks. Our number one priority remains the health and wellbeing of our valued workforce and customers. Read more about some changes to our operations.
  • An update on our response to coronavirus outbreak

    17/03/2020 - As a responsible employer and trusted supply partner, we want to ensure that our stakeholders are aware of the measures we are taking during what will be a difficult period for some. Our thoughts are with those directly and indirectly impacted by the spread of this coronavirus. We are taking a responsible approach to this issue, following Government and World Health Organisation (WHO) advice and closely monitoring the situation as it develops.
  • Gael Force Fusion Pen Assembly at Barcaldine

    10/03/2020 - As a responsible local business, we wholeheartedly wish to minimise any impact we have on the environment we work in while maximising socio-economic benefits to the community that our business brings. We employ 40 people in this business, and we thank those hard-working people who continue to support our business in the area, and the many livelihoods dependent on it.
  • Statement regarding Covid-19 (Coronavirus) and Supply Chain Planning

    06/03/2020 - The World Health Organisation has declared that the outbreak of 2019-nCoV – commonly known as Coronavirus – constitutes a public health emergency of international concern. Our thoughts are with those directly and indirectly impacted by the spread of the virus. As a trusted supply partner, we want to ensure you are provided with all the information you need from us to understand any impact on the supply of goods and to enable you to plan your operations accordingly.