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Tag: Scottish Plant Owners Association

SPOA members above par as golf event boosts charity coffers

THE Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) raised £2,500 for Pancreatic Cancer Scotland at its annual Highland Quaich golf tournament and meeting of members in Inverness. SPOA...

New SPOA president aims to make his Mark

MARK Anderson has been appointed as the new president of the Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) at a critical time for the industry. With Brexit...
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SPOA returns to the Highlands

THE Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) is returning to the Drumossie Hotel in Inverness for a members meeting. The event will be held on Tuesday October...

Action needed to address skills gap

THE president of the Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) has called on the nation's plant firms and contractors to show patience and help provide...

Annual event helps SPOA reach out to members in the north

THE Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) recently held a meeting of members in Inverness, followed by a golf outing in Fortrose. Dozens of members attended...

SPOA to contact members over CITB levy

THE Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) is seeking the views of its members on the future of the CITB training levy. The CITB is currently...

Opportunity knocks for Scottish plant companies

David Jarvie, committee member of the Scottish Plant Owners Association and business development director at Jarvie Plant Group, tells Project Plant that opportunities abound...

Getting to know…Adam Bruce

ADAM Bruce, managing director of AB2000, founded the plant hire company back in 1995. Despite vowing at the time to have a fleet of...

New blood vital to the SPOA

Jim Houstoun, Past President of  the Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA), currently involved with training for members, explains why the organisation remains in robust...

Chasing the correct revenue

All businesses want to grow, but is the most suitable measurement of success increased revenue? Mark Anderson, committee member of the Scottish Plant Owners...

New course launched to ‘reorientate’ plant operators back into the sector

THE Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) and the CITB have teamed up to help address operator shortages in the construction industry. A short reorientation course...

The components that make the wheels turn

Graham Bow, committee member of the Scottish Plant Owners Association, takes a look at some of the changes within the plant industry in recent...

New SPOA President wants to “better the intake” into Scottish plant industry

Fraser Dykes is the new President of the Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA). His day job is running Dumfries-based heavy equipment contractors AMD Contract...

Qualified operator shortage leaves plant owners suffering

By Fraser Dykes, Vice President of the Scottish Plant Owners Association and Director at AMD Contract Services Ltd, who says action must be taken...
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