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SUCCESSFUL, SAFE LOAD-IN OF MIMAS TOPSIDE AND JACKET

Published on the : 24th January 2024

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FIRST CAMPAIGN TO INSTALL TURBINES AT WORLD’S LARGEST OFFSHORE WIND FARM IS UNDERWAY

Published on the : 3rd August 2023

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REGENERATION EXPERT JOINS HUMBER PORTS DEVELOPMENT TEAM

Published on the : 6th October 2022

Able UK has announced the appointment of a leading regeneration expert to play a central role on developing its key sites on Humberside Marcus Walker brings to his role as Development Director – Humberside over 30 years’ experience in the... Continue Reading

ABLE GROUP APPOINTS NEW FINANCE CHIEF

Published on the : 3rd October 2022

The Able Group has strengthened its senior management team as it moves ahead with developments across a range of business sectors, including playing a central role in the green energy revolution. Its new Finance Director Greg Liggins has joined Able... Continue Reading

Successful load-in of Murdoch structures to Able Seaton Port

Published on the : 19th August 2022

Working with one of our key customers, Heerema Marine Contractors, the load in of the next wave of redundant oil and gas structures to be recycled at Able Seaton Port (ASP) has been successfully completed.  Following partial dismantling at sea,... Continue Reading

ABLE WELCOMES GOVERNMENT APPROVAL FOR MARINE ENERGY PARK ADAPTATIONS

Published on the : 22nd July 2022

Able UK has welcomed the Government’s approval for changes in the development plans for a world-class facility to serve the needs of the offshore wind sector on the South Bank of the Humber. The first phase of works at the... Continue Reading

Great North Air Ambulance Service Open Day

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

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