IMES moves into larger HQ and workshop after new business wins

Ewan Giles
Ewan Giles

IMES – a marine and subsea-services specialist – has moved into larger new head office premises in Aberdeen in the wake of a number of significant new contracts in the first half of this year.

It now occupies three units at the Technology Centre at Claymore Drive, a short distance from its previous premises at Greenhole Place.

The business is an independent specialist provider of lifting and inspection services, wire rope management, engineering and design consultancy and bespoke load measurement products, ensuring safe operation of cranes, lifting gear and other specialised structures.

IMES, which employs 70 people, has additional operations in Montrose, Portsmouth, Rosyth and Sheffield.

Ewan Giles, Business Development Manager, commented: “This relocation gives us improved access, enhanced workshop facilities and well-designed office space.”

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