Young Aberdeen company Oilfield Integrity Management (OIM) said yesterday it was on track for turnover of £7million this year.
Incorporated during 2013, Bridge of Don-based OIM provides of asset integrity and rope access services to the energy industry globally.
It has just made two senior international appointments.
Jonathan Hall will be based in Dubai as managing director for the Middle East, north Africa and the Caspian region, while Dwayne Witter will work in Houston, Texas, as the firm’s vice-president for the Americas.
Chief executive Louis Pietranek said: “We are delighted to have secured both Jonathan and Dwayne as part of the OIM global senior management team.
“They both come with years of experience and industry knowledge, and will be a huge asset to the rapid global expansion of OIM.”