New head office in Dyce will complement its existing production site
Marine technology firm Nautronix has moved to its new global headquarters in Aberdeen.
The new building, Ury House in Dyce, consolidates the company’s engineering department and greatly expands their existing production facilities.
Nautronix said the new office, which will accommodate its commercial, engineering and technology, finance and HR teams, will complement its production site, Nautronix House, also based in Dyce.
Both sites will support the company’s international offices in Houston, Brazil and Norway.
Nautronix' chief executive, Mark Patterson, said: “Increasing demand has prompted the expansion of our offices in Aberdeen and marks an important step for Nautronix as we continue to expand our geographical footprint.
“I am excited by the opportunities our new global headquarters will provide us with as this move addresses our evolving needs, whilst allowing us to provide enhanced services and support to our customers.
“In addition, the production facilities at Nautronix House have been upgraded to incorporate a modern customer training suite and state-of-the-art acoustic test and calibration lab facility.”
Nautronix was acquired in 2010 by Houston-based private equity firm SCF Partners.
Nautronix specialises in through water communication and positioning technology for the global offshore oil and gas industry.