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Able expands development team

April 27 - Able UK has appointed Chris Mackinlay as its new group marketing and development executive, and Debbie Fell as the property and development team's administrator.

"These new appointments underline our ambitious programme now moving ahead on a number of fronts-including, of course, the Able Marine Energy Park (AMEP) project," said Able Group development manager David Shepherd.

"On the Tees we are undertaking major improvements at Able Seaton Port, including the construction of new quays, one of which will be one of the heaviest load-out quays in Europe."

 

Chris Mackinlay.

 

www.ableuk.com

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