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HySpec Engineering - recruiting now.
HySpec Engineering – recruiting now.

Scottish-based oil and gas services firm Hyspec Engineering Holdings has confirmed that is to create over 80 new jobs – almost doubling its current workforce – as it embarks on a new £10 million expansion project.

Hyspec will relocate to new, state-of-the-art premises at the Moorfields Industrial Estate in Kilmarnock. The investment aims to increase Hyspec’s manufacturing capabilities and contribute to an overall rise in revenue of almost 130% by 2018 to £28 million.

Currently Hyspec Engineering is recruiting staff for the following roles: 

  • Planning Engineers
  • CNC Millers and Turners
  • Quality Inspectors
  • EDM operators
  • Fitters.

Meanwhile, up to 16 new jobs are to be created in Dumbarton by Diamond Power Speciality Ltd – the Scottish subsidiary of the US-based company which specialises boiler-cleaning for the power generation industry.

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