Airswift opens new office in Aberdeen
- Business & Finance
Airswift, a global workforce solutions provider for the energy sector, has opened a new office in Aberdeen, strengthening its commitment to the North Sea.
Airswift said on Tuesday that the office was set up to support the company’s growth and provide on-the-ground service to clients and contractors.
Based on Rubislaw Terrace, Aberdeen, the new office will be a support location for services including recruitment, client and contractor services to manage local projects.
Coinciding with the recent investment back into the North Sea, the office also reaffirms Airswift’s focus on Aberdeen as a key oil and gas hub.
To oversee the office, Airswift appointed David Gibb as a client service manager. His knowledge of the Aberdeen market is complemented by over ten years of oil and gas recruitment experience.
Phil Hoyle, Airswift’s client service manager for Aberdeen, will continue to support their local projects alongside Gibb.
Pete Denham, regional director at Airswift for Europe, said: “We are continuing to grow in Aberdeen and it is vital that our clients and contractors receive a personalized and responsive service.
“[…] we have also secured a contract with Repsol Sinopec to provide payroll and recruitment services which validates the move even further. Our new Aberdeen office will strengthen our ability to support our current and future clients in a flexible and adaptable manner.
“It’s an exciting time for the oil and gas sector as a whole, especially in Aberdeen, as we have witnessed a renewed investment in the North Sea.”
According to the company, the Aberdeen base will be the latest addition to Airswift’s more than 60 offices worldwide.