RockSalt Subsea dives into Energy Central

From left to right, Amy Webber of Blyth Workspace, Tony French RockSalt Subsea and John Hildreth from Energy Central From left to right, Amy Webber of Blyth Workspace, Tony French RockSalt Subsea and John Hildreth from Energy Central

Energy Central, a Blyth, UK port location has welcomed its newest tenant, as a family owned subsea dive firm returns home.

RockSalt Subsea provides a range of commercial diving services for the offshore energy and ports facilities across the World. The company, which was established in Aberdeen by Blyth based entrepreneur Tony French and his family, is now returning ‘home’ after opening a new project office at Arch’s Blyth Workspace as part of Energy Central.

The underwater commercial diving company has now expanded into Blyth to capitalise on the established offshore energy and subsea cluster closer to his original home.

The company met with Arch and The Port of Blyth at the Offshore Europe industry conference and exhibition last year and quickly recognised the growing importance of Energy Central as a premier East coast port location.

RockSalt Subsea has over a wealth of 50 years’ experience in the commercial diving industry. The company has undertaken project work scopes for clients, including fully integrated health and safety processes across the UK.

By Jake Frith

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