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Great North Air Ambulance Service Open Day

Originally Published on the 25th May 2022

Able UK were invited to attend the Open Day for the Great North Air Ambulance Service at their new headquarters at Urlay Nook. Able Seaton Port sent a team of Project Managers, Health and Safety Officer and Safety Champion to represent the... Continue Reading

CRANE COMES DOWN AT ABLE MIDDLESBROUGH PORT

Originally Published on the 4th March 2022

A large ‘Goliath’ gantry crane at Able Middlesbrough Port is scheduled to be brought down this Sunday (March 6). The operation, prior to the recycling of the structure, will involve a controlled explosion and will be carried out around lunchtime,... Continue Reading

CONTROLLED EXPLOSION PLANNED AT ABLE SEATON PORT

Originally Published on the 28th February 2022

One of the final acts in the recycling of what was originally a 17,000-tonne offshore structure at Able Seaton Port will see the remaining part of the structure brought to the ground with Able UK deploying a controlled ‘drop’ using... Continue Reading

£1,200 DONATION FOR THE GREAT NORTH AIR AMBULANCE EMERGENCY SERVICE

Originally Published on the 25th November 2021

We are delighted to announce that Deborah Gibbs from the Great North Air Ambulance Service visited Able Seaton Port on Friday 19th November and was presented with a cheque for £1,200. This was raised through a Safety Incentive Scheme ran in conjunction with... Continue Reading

£1,200 DONATION FOR FAMILIES FIRST NORTH EAST

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We are delighted to announce that Paul Thompson from Families First North East visited Able Seaton Port and was presented with a cheque for £1,200. This was raised through a Safety Incentive Scheme ran in conjunction with one of our clients. Families... Continue Reading

Vestas’ marshalling underway at Able Seaton Port for Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm

Originally Published on the 3rd November 2021

Marshalling operations for wind turbine parts are underway at Able Seaton Port in Hartlepool for what will be Scotland’s biggest, and the world’s deepest fixed bottom offshore wind farm – Seagreen.  In the last few weeks, SSE Renewables and joint-venture... Continue Reading