Stagecoach Christmas jumpers

‘tis the season for Christmas jumpers at Stagecoach

Mark McIntyre blog

Bus passengers on Stagecoach West Scotland’s services could hardly believe their eyes today (13th December) when the bus doors opened to reveal Santa, Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer and even a snowman at the wheel. Stagecoach drivers entered the festive spirit by joining in Christmas Jumper Day for the first time as they travelled across the West of Scotland. Stagecoach …

Andrew Rundell receiving award

Fishers driver named Scotland’s Top Road Transport Trainee

Mark McIntyre blog

Andrew Rundell, a Class 2 Driver for commercial laundry, Fishers, has been recognised as Scotland’s Top Road Transport Trainee at the 26th annual Scottish Rewards ceremony. The awards ceremony, run by Transport News, attracted 600 road haulage industry guests and filled the banqueting suite of the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Andrew’s journey is an interesting one, having worked in the army, …

Construction of Neart na Gaoithe offshore wind farm project to go ahead following financial agreements

Mark McIntyre blog

Construction of the Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) offshore wind farm is now underway following confirmation from EDF Renewables that financial close for the project has been achieved. Twenty-five (25) financial institutions are lending money to fund the wind farm which will supply enough low carbon electricity for around 375,000 homes*. EDF Renewables is also announcing that leading Irish energy company …

A picture is worth a thousand words

Meadhbh Hendrie blog

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. …