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Work Begins on Dismantling Former Floating Nightclub

Originally Published on the 11th January 2018

Able UK has confirmed that work is about to start on the dismantling of the derelict former floating nightclub Tuxedo Royale which has been moored at Able Middlesbrough Port for the past eight years. The vessel, formerly the British Rail... Continue Reading

ABLE steps up investment at Seaton Port Facility

Originally Published on the 4th December 2017

The Able Group has further strengthened its position as a world-class leader in offshore recycling activities with a £6million investment at its Able Seaton Port facility on the River Tees. A major recently completed upgrade and dredging programme means that... Continue Reading

Work starts on £1.3m Seaton Carew improvements with ABLE UK Support

Originally Published on the 26th October 2017

WORK will get under way next week on a £1.3m Hartlepool Borough Council project to revitalise the Seaton Carew seafront. The project will see a new outdoor leisure park created on the section of promenade currently occupied by the paddling... Continue Reading

Brent Delta Supplies Benefit Charities

Originally Published on the 20th September 2017

Charities in the region have benefitted as a result of donations from an unusual source—a redundant oil platform. As Able UK begins the complex project to dismantle and recycle the Brent Delta platform at its Able Seaton Port facility, a... Continue Reading

ABLE Marine Energy Park – It May Have Seemed Quiet But……

Originally Published on the 17th August 2017

ABLE Marine Energy Park (AMEP) is a privately-owned port development situated on the South bank of the River Humber, on the East coast of the UK, and designed to be a bespoke facility which will serve the needs of the... Continue Reading

Hundreds Visit Giant Platform at Seaton Port

Originally Published on the 4th July 2017

It’s one of the most impressive—and newest—sights on Teesside and has been on show for hundreds of visitors before work begins on its decommissioning. Civic and business leaders, together with retired workers, people from the local community…and over one hundred... Continue Reading