Dyce-based diesel energy services firm to create six new jobs


Mike Park, appointed non-executive director, OEM Diesel
Mike Park, appointed non-executive director, OEM Diesel

A diesel engineering and replacement parts procurement services firm based in Aberdeen has made a key appointment following a growth in revenue by 400% in the last year – and plans to create another six jobs by the end of the year.

OEM Diesel Products was founded in 2012 to provide a single point of contact for companies sourcing engine services or spare parts in the oil and gas, marine services, and energy sector.

It has also appointed Mike Park as non-executive director after a rise in turnover from a six-figure sum in 2013 to a seven-figure sum in 2014.

Park is currently chief executive of the Scottish White Fish Producers Association, a board member of the Sea Fish Industry Authority, chairman of Box Pool Solutions Ltd and vice-chairman of the North Sea Region Advisory Council.

OEM, which operates from offices and workshop space in the Kirkhill Industrial Estate in Dyce, is currently working on three contracts for oil industry leaders, with an additional five contracts pending.

The company currently employs seven members of staff and seven contractors. Plans are in place to recruit a further six employees by the end of the year.

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