by tocle on September 13th, 2012 - Comments Off
A dredging trial is set to begin in Falmouth Harbour within days.
The work will see a small-scale trial held in 6 selected areas to study the potential environmental impact of a wider dredging of the area.
The work, commissioned by the Falmouth Harbour Commissioners, will be undertaken by specialist dredging contractors, GPS Marine.
The deep water channel proposals by the Port of Falmouth Development Initiative (PFDI) are aimed at safeguarding Falmouth’s future as a working port and opening up new business opportunities. The PFDI projects it will lead to the creation of hundreds of jobs and drive major growth in the Cornish economy.
James Cross, Chief Executive of the Maritime Management Organisation (MMO) said “We have agreed to the trial as it will provide information on the extent to which maerl and its associated communities survive and recover from translocation”.
by tocle on September 5th, 2012 - Comments Off
A&P Group have recently employed two new members of staff within their commercial departments.
A&P North East are delighted to announce the appointment of Dean Finlayson to the position of Afloat Services Manager. Dean brings with him almost ten years experience in steel fabrication (oil & gas / shipbuilding & repair).
A Mechanical Engineer, Dean has worked on and offshore in numerous roles at supervisory and managerial levels.
A&P Falmouth are delighted to welcome Sue Pace to the Commercial Team at A&P Falmouth.
Sue replaces Tracey Dunkley who has left the company after 5 years, and we wish Tracey every success for the future.
Sue took up her new post as Commercial Assistant on 22 August and will work alongside David Daniel, Jez Littlejohns and Nigel Symonds in the Commercial Department. Sue, who has also become part of the A&P Customer Care Team, brings with her a wealth of experience in business administration and customer service.
We wish them both well in their new roles at A&P Group.