Expro won the award for Business of the Year (25 employees or more). The company’s Group Engineering office in Stirling is focused on new product development, providing a strong focus on technology and innovation for the global energy sector.
The office opened in February 2010 and since then, the team has grown from four to more 50 employees, developing to meet the demand of existing assets, as well as design and qualification for the next generation tools.
From concept to manufacture of new tools and services, the business covers all aspects of the value chain; from technical bid support, new product development, technical support and analysis, project engineering and operations support.
The inaugural Business Awards evening were held at Forth Valley College’s modern Kildean campus, and showcased a number of local businesses over a range of categories.
Tom Gollan, Expro’s Head of Development, said: “We are delighted to win this award, which acknowledge the passion and dedication from our team to develop innovative new technology for the energy sector.
“Expro’s Group Engineering facility continues to grow with the support of experienced staff, whilst bringing on the next generation of talent through our scholarship, apprenticeship and graduate training programmes. We look forward to developing the business within Stirling and maintaining our presence at the forefront of technology and innovation globally.”