GSS has completed a successful foray into the USA with its UK Registered 2209 Euro Carrier ‘Maggie M’ in what the Scotland-headquartered marine services company believes is an industry first.
Scottish-based workboat owner Gareloch Support Services Ltd (GSS Marine Services) has taken delivery of what can be described as a significant new addition to its fleet in the Eurotug ‘Ella F’.
A Damen Shoalbuster belonging to Rosyth-based GSS Marine Services recently completed a marathon 14,572nm round trip involving two crossings of the Atlantic Ocean.
Scotland’ s renewable energy trade body Scottish Renewables estimates that in 20 years the country’ s marine renewables industry could employ some 25,000 people and provide enough power for more than 500,000 homes. Marine renewable energy from wind, wave and tidal sources could in fact contribute to Scotland meeting more than half its energy needs from renewable sources by as early as 2020.
Scotland's Gareloch Support Services (Plant) Ltd is celebrating 15 years in the commercial marine support industry with its marine civils department typically busy on a UK west coast project repairing all load bearing piles on a jetty. The job involves the removal of old steel casings and the injection of UW concrete into specially designed shutters both above and below the surface.
Scottish marine plant operator Gareloch Support Services (Plant) Ltd has taken delivery of a new MRV 20 multi-role vessel built by Halmatic at their Portchester yard. The Laura M becomes Gareloch's flagship vessel, complementing an existing MRV 15 and a 10m Damen Multi-Cat.