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Serco, the international service company, has signed a new contract with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) to provide In-Service support of the Mini-Typhoon, Typhoon and Toplite systems deployed on 23 ships of the Royal Australian Navy.
Passengers using the Northern Isles Ferry Services are set to benefit from improved on board facilities with investment worth more than £2 million from the Scottish Government.
Serco announces that it has signed up to the national ‘Ban the Box’ campaign from Business in the Community (BitC), which is creating a fair chance for ex-offenders to compete for jobs and bringing down the £15 billion a year cost of reoffending.
Serco’s Brook Bloomfield has become the first apprentice to ever complete the new ‘Aviation Ground Operative Standard’ in England - passing his training with a distinction.
NorthLink Ferries has published timetables confirming arrangement for the regular planned maintenance of its passenger vessels, with one vessel at a time due to be out of service between 13 January and 25 March.
Gym staff from UK facilities managed by leading leisure services provider Serco Leisure are set to take part in a new training initiative, focusing on the use of digital technology as part of health and fitness programmes.
Darwin-based Alicia Pollock has become one of only a handful of specialist female tug operators in Australia following a specialist two-week accreditation that included docking during one of Darwin’s renowned summer afternoon storms. Alicia has been driving boats professionally for the past eight years and is now accredited to operate specialist Azimuth Stern Drive (ASD) tugs used by Serco Australia to assist Royal Australian Navy ship movements in ports and harbours around Australia.
Edinburgh’s new cycle hire scheme, Just Eat Cycles, has unveiled plans to introduce 20 new hire points across the city by the end of 2018 as it builds the network to meet growing user demand
Overnight rail service Caledonian Sleeper is offering guests a glimpse of the Highlands before they even reach their destination this Wednesday (21 November).
Serco recently processed their 4 millionth patent application for the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO). Since 2006, Serco has performed classification and other analysis services through awarded contracts including Pre-Grant Publication (PGPubs) Classification Services, Initial Classification and Reclassification (ICR) Services, and Full Classification Services (FCS) contracts.
In its latest annual report the Independent Monitoring Board (IMB) says that HMP Ashfield, which is managed by Serco on behalf of the Ministry of Justice, continues to be a very well run prison which has continued to improve over the last twelve months.
Just Eat Cycles announces two bumper offers for Edinburgh cyclists – a Black Friday flash sale and also a Winter Warmer deal.
NorthLink Ferries is set to open bookings for 2019 travel to and from the Northern Isles from Monday (12 November).
Serco, the international service company, has signed a new contract with Hong Kong’s Transport Department to manage, operate and maintain the new Lung Shan and Cheung Shan Tunnels, which will form part of a major road link project in the region.
A small family-run business from Shetland has been given a boost after partnering with NorthLink Ferries to stock its natural handmade soap range on board its passenger vessels.
Serco Asia Pacific CEO Mark Irwin recently had the opportunity to enjoy a first-hand experience of work and life in the Royal Australian Navy, taking part in Exercise Boss Lift 2018. As a strong supporter and employer of Australian Defence Force Reserves, Serco’s CEO embraced the chance to gain a greater understanding of the skills and capabilities that Reservists bring back to our workforce.
Guests of Caledonian Sleeper were treated to a social history extravaganza as a storyteller from The Real Mary King’s Close climbed on board to tell tales of Edinburgh’s dark past yesterday evening (Thursday 1 November).
School pupils from across Orkney and Shetland have showcased their creativity by putting pen to paper as part of a NorthLink Ferries writing competition.
Serco the international services company, has recently been awarded a one year extension to its contract to provide a range of support services at Ministry of Defence (MOD) St Athan in the Vale of Glamorgan in South Wales. The contract will run from 1 April 2019 to April 2020.