Up until this week I had barely heard mention of Dales Voe within the context of the Scottish offshore infrastructure debate.
A Fife services company has secured a £1 million contract to provide its power connectors to one of the biggest electricity and water authorities in the United Arab Emirates.
A major Fife dockyard is to lead a multi-million pound contract to supply the Sellafield power facility with specialist handling and containment systems to process nuclear material.
Fife-based craft distiller and brewer Eden Mill has landed a new £1.1 million supply contract with discount grocer Aldi.
A major salmon processor in Fife saw losses treble as it struggled to cope with a £100 million order from supermarket giant Sainsbury’s.
Perth building group Hadden Construction has secured a major contract to build Arnold Clark’s new £4.7 million showroom on the city’s iconic Motor Mile.
Work will finally go ahead to replace ageing expansion joints on the Forth Road Bridge next year.
Angus fish merchant RR. Spink & Sons has secured its first supermarket supply deal in more than 300 years of trading.
Oil services firm Petrofac moved back into the black in the first half of 2016 despite booking a $101 million loss on a troubled gas field contract.
Lift supplier and maintenance firm Caltech is eyeing further growth after securing a £1.35 million project to upgrade old equipment in a number of Dundee multi-storey blocks.