Brand brand New contracts, renewals while the opening of a fresh Aberdeen base have now been flipping the fortunes of Bilfinger Salamis following a stark begin to 2020.
The vitality services company has possibly maybe not been as вЂњhard hitвЂќ as some within the sector.
It specialises in asset integrity and upkeep, areas that operators вЂњhave to, and tend to be, continuing to pay money onвЂќ, according to handling director Sandy Bonner.
On that front, 2020 is a year that isвЂњhuge basic inquiries and tenderingвЂќ, with вЂњfour or five major agreementsвЂќ up for renegotiation or renewal.
вЂњAs we sit right here now, I’m able to genuinely state that weвЂ™ve done effectively in keeping those sufficient reason for picking right up some more workвЂќ, Bonner said.
вЂњWe truly have actuallynвЂ™t lost any such thing significant it is therefore now simply an instance when trying getting as much mobilisations and primed for next yearвЂ™s turnaround.вЂќ
The names regarding the operators Bilfinger has won these relates to have become held private, but a spread is showed by them of assets over the North water theyвЂ™ll be taking care of.
This, in change, has permitted the business to obtain 300 employees straight back through the scheme that is furlough redeployed overseas.
This great news follows some darker times previously in 2020 for the firm, with worker disputes over furlough and redundancies.
Bilfinger had a really strong 2019, with shows including work with the hookup for the sum total Culzean platform.