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CONTROLLED ENGINEERED EXPLOSION TODAY AT ABLE SEATON PORT

Originally Published on the 31st March 2021

Able UK will be using controlled engineered explosive techniques as part of the operation to dismantle a redundant offshore structure for recycling at its Able Seaton Port, Hartlepool. The works will be undertaken on the afternoon of 31st March 2021... Continue Reading

GOVERNMENT BACKS ABLE MARINE ENERGY PARK TO LEAD OFFSHORE WIND REVOLUTION

Originally Published on the 3rd March 2021

News that the Government is supporting the development of a world-class facility for the offshore wind sector on the south bank of the Humber has been welcomed as the “culmination of dogged perseverance underpinned by our ultimate faith in the... Continue Reading

LEGAL EXPERT JOINS ABLE UK

Originally Published on the 22nd February 2021

One of the region’s leading companies has announced a further strengthening of its management team with the creation of the new post of in-house Legal Counsel. Sarah Lenegan has joined Teesside-based Able UK, bringing over 20 years’ experience in senior... Continue Reading

LOCAL MAN TAKES ON KEY ROLE AT ABLE SEATON PORT

Originally Published on the 21st December 2020

Able UK has announced its latest senior managerial appointment as it continues to expand its business in the marine decommissioning and offshore wind sectors. Local man Alan Lloyd is the new General Manager at the group’s Able Seaton Port facility.... Continue Reading

TOPSIDE JACKET OPERATION

Originally Published on the 26th November 2020

Able UK will be using controlled and engineered explosive techniques tomorrow (November 27) as part of the operation to dismantle and recycle a redundant offshore structure at its Able Seaton Port facility near Hartlepool. The explosion, which is likely to... Continue Reading

TRITON KNOLL MARKS PROJECT FIRSTS AS BLADES ARRIVE AT ABLE SEATON PORT

Originally Published on the 4th November 2020

Triton Knoll investment enables port transformation Able Seaton Port welcomes first ever turbine components to site All 15 blades to arrive are manufactured by MHI Vestas in the UK Triton Knoll is marking a series of project ‘firsts’ as turbine... Continue Reading