Magma Products Opens Aberdeen Office

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Monday, July 22, 2013
Malcolm Webb (right), Oil & Gas UK chief executive, officially opens Magma Products’ new Aberdeen office, with the company’s managing director, Paul Rushton.

Oil & Gas UK chief executive, Malcolm Webb, has officially opened the new Aberdeen offices of oil and gas consultancy Magma Products.

Magma, which provides specialist offshore commissioning and start-up services, has grown from a business employing six people in 2011 to one with an 85-strong team today.

It has moved from small city centre premises to its new offices at The Spires Business Park, just off Mugiemoss Road. They can accommodate around 60 people, with many Magma personnel based on site at client projects.

Magma, which invested more than £750,000 in the move to the new 4,000 sq ft offices, said it is currently looking to recruit around 20 engineers due to the prospect of securing further projects by the end of the year.

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