A floating pontoon used to discharge freight ferry vessels at the new Tilbury2 development at Port of Tilbury has been launched, marking a major milestone in the creation of a new multi-million pound port for London.
A strong image can bring a story to life or become the story itself At Spreng Thomson we work alongside a number of trusted and highly skilled photographers who really understand our clients and capture their businesses so well. Although the image suggests a location with a warmer climate – or indeed another planet – it was taken in Scotland. …
McLellan Works, the new project to redevelop one of Glasgow’s most recognisable buildings, is underway. Following recent planning permission, Breckenridge House on Sauchiehall Street will be transformed into a leading, creative workspace for the city.
Port of Tilbury, London’s major port, this month marks the 50th anniversary of its grain terminal, the UK’s largest terminal for the import and export of grain.
A new name will take to the waters of the Forth and Tay estuaries this week with the official naming of Forth Ports’ brand-new survey vessel – the Forth King.
Reactec appoint Professor Setsuo Maeda as Chief Scientific Liaison. Relocating from Japan to Edinburgh for the role he is one of the world’s most respected experts in human response to vibration.
Loch Duart, the salmon farm based in Sutherland and the Uists, has been shortlisted for the Rural Business Awards North in the Best Rural Food & Drink Business category.
Ashley Nicholson from Forth Ports has been appointed Vice-President of the UK Harbour Masters Association and is the first female harbour master to hold the title.
Forth Ports, Eddie Stobart and Direct Rail services launch new rail service linking Tilbury and Grangemouth for the first time.
Investment in Forth Port’s busy container terminals in Grangemouth and London continues with a multimillion-pound order of eleven new Kalmar straddle carriers across the group.
Forth Ports has rolled out Reactec’s innovative wearable HAVwear system which monitors the vibration exposure experienced by power tool users to reduce the risk of developing the incurable HAVS* condition.
Tips to preserve your online identity when you die Meadhbh Hendrie | Head of Digital What happens to our online identities when we die? It’s an interesting question, right? Amelia Tate at The Guardian has some ideas. Emergent platforms like Eterni.me are leading the pack in encouraging folks to preserve their dearest memories. “Eterni.me collects your thoughts, stories, and memories, …