A cyclist from the Highlands is to embark on a gruelling challenge of successfully navigating the globe on a Scottish-built bike this weekend.
Lochaber residents could yet achieve their dream of transforming parts of the “Rio Tinto” estate into community assets and facilities.
Atlantis Resources expects to announced the finalised terms of an acquisition that will lead to its incorporation into Sanjeev Gupta’s GFG Alliance in the next quarter.
The international entrepreneur behind plans to create 400 jobs at a car wheels factory in the west Highlands is joining forces with the Duke of Rothesay in a drive to encourage more young people to work in manufacturing and engineering.
GFG Alliance said yesterday’s decision clears the way for the company to start detailed design on the landmark project to develop the UK’s only large scale alloy wheel plant. Work could start later this year.
Highland councillors approve plans for “one in a generation” Fort William car wheels factory to create 400 jobs
North councillors have approved plans for a “once in a generation” alloy car wheels factory near Fort William which will create 400 new jobs.
Councillors are being urged to back plans for an alloy car wheels factory in Lochaber – creating up to 400 jobs.
An agreement by metals giant GFG Alliance to buy Europe’s largest aluminium smelter in Dunkirk is “really good news” for its operations in the Highlands, the company has said.
Ambitious plans for a new alloy wheels factory in Fort William will be submitted to Highland Council on Monday.
Work to build a new factory which will create 400 jobs and give the economy of Fort William a massive boost could get underway next year.
Plans to build the UK’s largest car wheel plant in the Highlands have been dealt a blow – after heritage chiefs said the site was a historic battlefield.
Plans to create 400 new jobs by building the UK’s biggest car wheel plant in Fort William are due to be lodged within weeks.
Ambitious plans for a huge windfarm in Lochaber – costing more than £150million and aimed at benefiting both the local and national economy – are unveiled today.
Hundreds of new jobs could be created through plans to redevelop a huge area of land beside Fort William’s aluminum smelter.
The business behind Liberty Steel has launched a financial services arm aimed at providing working capital for UK and international companies.
Nicola Sturgeon has hailed a wave of investment that could transform the Highlands into the "real beating heart" of the Scottish manufacturing sector.
A West Highland trust which lost out to a global business empire when it tried to buy a huge local estate, is optimistic it can still get its buyout.
The boss of Liberty Group has pledged to establish a UK-based holding company for his burgeoning industrial empire after the firm’s £330million buy out of the Rio Tinto aluminium smelting plant in Lochaber.