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Monday, February 12th, 2018


Integral part of growth strategy

Hutchinson welcomes trio of managers

Hutchinson Networks

Hutchinson Networks, a technology solution provider based in Edinburgh, has appointed three senior managers to spearhead its growth plans in the UK. Afsar Chaudhury, will be joining as the director of advanced infrastructure services, Paul Edmondson as sales director and James Talbot as head of architecture. Mr Chaudhury is a seasoned technology executive with a track record of delivering solution based outcomes through strategic IT leadership to large organisations. He is qualified as a practitioner (BVP) and is CCIE certified. His previous experience includes working in a variety of large technology companies acrossRead More

Yards have no further work

BiFab plant expected to close with 260 job losses

Keith Brown

The BiFab marine engineering yards in Fife and Lewis are expected to close

'Fitting' results for anniversary

Gray & Adams reports ‘exceptional’ year

Prince Charles meets staff at Gray & Adams

Scottish freight vehicle manufacturer Gray & Adams enjoyed its most successful year

New call for rate cut

LBTT target hit but top homes struggle to sell

David Melhuish

A surge in commercial property sales has helped the Scottish government hit its target for…

IoD Director of the Year Awards

Shortlist of 37 in battle for director honours

David Watt IoD

The shortlist for the IoD Director of the Year Awards comprises 37 candidates who will go through to the final stages.

Contract with Aramco

Wood shares higher on Saudi Arabia deal

Robin Watson

Shares in Wood Group were 2.5% higher after the company said it had won a “multimillion-dollar” contract in Saudi Arabia.

Director for IT firm

Anderson takes cyber role at Assure APM

Neil Anderson

Neil Anderson: will be managing vendors Edinburgh-based IT company Assure APM has appointed Neil Anderson as director of cybersecurity services. Mr Anderson, who was previously director at Bastion Networks, brings with him over a decade of experience in cybersecurity. He also previously worked as security architect with the Royal Bank of Scotland’s global network solutions division. Before that, he served as the principal consultant leading the infrastructure protection and mobility team within Dell SecureWorks’ consultancy division.  As part of Assure APM, Mr Anderson will have a hands-on role managing vendors. He will also work on refining the security strategy for Assure APMRead More

London City Airport will reopen on Tuesday following the safe disposal of a Second World War bomb in King George V Dock

The Serious Fraud Office has charged Barclays Bank over a loan to the state of Qatar in 2008

Expansion for Renfrewshire facility

Scots medical plant secures £33m Tokyo backing


Tokyo-based Terumo Corporation has today unveiled a £33 million investment in Renfrewshire