Engineering group Langfields has announced that the group have secured an additional large-scale facility in the North of Scotland. Langfields Deephaven is situated in the Cromarty Firth area of the Highlands and Islands with the future aim of servicing clean energy emerging markets. The facility which has access to large deepwater quayside space consists of 2 large bays – a carbon steel shop and a fully segregated clean shop, both approx. 56m in length and 16m wide – and some initial office space to support supervision and production-based staff. The new facility becomes the fifth facility in the group on top of Salford, Dunfermline, Tamworth and Warrington.
The addition of the new facility to the group will allow Langfields to increase service capability to the Hydrogen, Waste to Energy, Pharmaceutical, Petrochemical, Nuclear and other process industries.
About the facility:
- 2 x 10T cranes (in both the carbon and exotic shops)
- Exotic Shop access from both ends by doors circa 7m x 9m (HxW) and 7m x 13m
- Carbon Shop access from both ends of the facility via 2x doors 7m x 9m (HxW)
- Canteen area
- Client office
- Stores area
- NDT bunker
- Sizeable yard area with removable fencing for larger vessel loadout
- Local access to both the A9 (main trunk road linking the north and south of Scotland) and the Cromarty Firth Free Port at nearby Invergordon
Andy Munro Joins Langfields as Deephaven Facility Manager
In addition to the opening of the facility, Langfields welcome Andy Munro to the business. Andy joins Langfields with 27 years of experience in various positions, most recently and for the last 6 years, as Managing Director of a local fabrication facility. Andy joins as Facility Manager for the Deephaven Facility and brings with him a wealth of knowledge, experience and expertise that will be of significant benefit to the new facility and the wider business.
Andy Munro, Langfields Deephaven Facility Manager, commented: