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Able appoints projects manager

April 20 - Able UK has appointed Neil Jarvis as a special projects manager to work on the company's developments in both the North East and the Humber.

Jarvis has held various senior management positions at a number of companies, including the A&P Group and Heerema Fabrication Group.

"Over the next few years we will be moving ahead with a range of major projects, including the Able Marine Energy Park on the Humber, and the upgrading and expansion of our facilities at Able Seaton Port and we are sure that Neil will make a significant contribution in their development and implementation," said Able Group executive chairman Peter Stephenson.

Able Humber Port, which encompasses the Able Marine Energy Park (AMEP), covers around 2,000 acres (809 ha) of river frontage land on the South Humber Bank, with planned developments that will service the offshore wind, logistics and port sectors.

Operations at Able Seaton Port in Hartlepool include oil rig upgrading, oil rig decommissioning and project cargo handling.

 

Neil Jarvis.

 

www.ableuk.com

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