Motive Offshore Launches Spooling and Inspection Division

L to R: James Gregg of Motive Offshore Group and Ally and Claire Forbes outside the new spooling and inspection premises in the Kirkhill Industrial Estate in Dyce.

Motive Offshore Group has, in partnership with Ally and Claire Forbes, established a new spooling and inspection division, situated in the Kirkhill Industrial Estate, Dyce.

Mr Forbes has joined Motive Spooling and Inspection as general manager, with Mrs Forbes taking on the role of operations coordinator.

Motive Offshore has a total of 60 employees across its marine equipment manufacture and rental and fabrication divisions.

The firm’s Dyce site includes office and workshop space, and work is also carried out at client premises and assets.

James Gregg of Motive Offshore, said: “We are delighted to have signed an agreement with Ally and Claire, who have a wealth of industry experience.

“The move is in line with our plans to grow and develop the business both in the current markets we are operating in and within new markets on a global level.”

Ally Forbes, added: “I have known and worked with Motive for a number of years, and we are pleased to have formed the working partnership.

“2017 is an exciting year for the company and we will work closely with the management team to expand our operations and oversee the work of our skilled team.”

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