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EnerQuip Torque Machines - Shortlisted for Best Employer Award
18 July 2016EnerQuip – Torque Machines are extremely proud to have been shortlisted for the prestigious – Best Employer in the 2016 Press and Journal’s Gold Awards
The competition for the top accolades was even hotter than it was last year, with the judges agonising over their shortlist selections having up to three times as many entrants as they did in 2015.
They believe the sheer volume of nominations – as well as the quality – is testament to the resilience of the offshore sector in even the toughest times.
One of them, former Oil & Gas UK chief executive Malcolm Webb, said: “I was greatly impressed by the number and quality of the nominations for the Gold Awards. I see this as another great demonstration of the resilience of the UK oil and gas industry” “It is this spirit and vision which will see our industry and Aberdeen prosper again.”
Fellow judge Kevin Milne, of title sponsor Aberdeen Asset Management, added: “Judging the Gold Awards is very inspiring. “It gives a different, in-depth perspective to the work ongoing in the industry during what are very challenging times. “The calibre of the entrants this year is extremely high and it’s never easy to select finalists and winners from such a group of entries. “It shows what an excellent pool of talent we have across the entire oil and gas industry.”
Professor Rita Marcella hailed the entrants’ ability to rise to the challenge of a low oil price environment. She said: “I think it is enormously encouraging to see that, despite the current challenging economic climate, the calibre and quality of the shortlisted individuals and companies has been outstanding – with evidence of growth, of ambitious strategies for the future, of commitment to the workforce and of innovation and enterprise.”