Tekmar Group plc Announces Relocation of Headquarters to Newton Aycliffe


Tekmar Group plc, a leading provider of technology and services for the global offshore energy markets, is pleased to announce the relocation of its headquarters to Grindon Way, Newton Aycliffe, DL5 6SH, UK. This move consolidates Tekmar Group’s central team and operations under one roof, enhancing collaboration and operational efficiency.

The new headquarters is housed in the same facility as Tekmar Energy, a subsidiary of Tekmar Group. The building has recently undergone extensive investment and refurbishment to support the Group’s growth and strategic ambitions. The upgrades include additional office space, modernized work areas, and a refurbished reception area designed to create a welcoming environment for employees, clients, and visitors.

Leanne Wilkinson, CFO of Tekmar Group plc, commented on the move:

“We are thrilled to bring our headquarters to Newton Aycliffe, a location that aligns with our strategic goals and supports our commitment to operational excellence. The significant and continued investment in the refurbishment of this facility underscores our dedication to providing a top-tier working environment for our team and delivering exceptional value to our clients. This move not only symbolises our growth but also reinforces our ongoing commitment to innovation and collaboration within the offshore energy sector.”

The new headquarters will serve as a central hub for Tekmar Group’s operations, facilitating closer integration across its various business units and enhancing the company’s ability to deliver cutting-edge solutions to the offshore energy market. The expanded office space and improved facilities reflect Tekmar’s vision for a dynamic and forward-thinking workplace that fosters creativity and productivity.

Tekmar Group looks forward to welcoming clients, partners, and stakeholders to its new headquarters and continuing to drive advancements in offshore technology and services from this state-of-the-art facility.

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