Further expansion at Legasea
Westhill-based start-up Legasea, has begun 2021 with their strongest quarter to date.
Further expansion is underway with several new roles being created in response to increased industry activity.
The business started with a team of three in April 2019 and this has since gradually increased, in line with the organisation’s growing client base.
In order to support further growth, Legasea has created three new operational roles during Q1, increasing the team from 7 to 10, with additional plans in place to continue this expansion throughout 2021.
Joining the team, are Phil Bradley (Project Manager); Jason Gillespie (Trainee Service Technician); and Mike Ellis (Lead Electrical Technician); all of whom bring a range of experience and knowledge to help drive the company forward.
Operations Director, Ray Milne, said: “Our team has experienced a remarkable past quarter, with fantastic support from our clients, helping us to continue to grow.
"The incredible efforts, of every individual, have contributed towards our success so far, and we look forward to a period of significant growth for Legasea and the industry alike.
“We would like to take this opportunity to welcome Mike, Jason, and Phil to the company.”
He added: "In a short space of time, they have all hit the ground running, and proven to be great additions to the team!”.
Legasea is dedicated to making the oil and gas industry more environmentally friendly and sustainable.
Offering an alternative route for recovered subsea production systems, or excess inventory, Legasea takes liability and ownership for decommissioned subsea equipment, making it safe, clean, and disassembling it to its component parts.
By taking ownership of ‘waste’ parts; refurbishing them, and holding spares, ready for use; Legasea can address both of these challenges, providing modern solutions to a modern oil industry.
Reusable parts are then used to fulfil the demand for urgent spares when crucial production is at risk during routine preventative maintenance or when a failure is encountered subsea.
To find out more about Legasea, visit the website at www.legasealtd.com.