Xi Engineering flys sky high with PR Scotland in a popular Sunday publication.
Scotland on Sunday which features the latest news from around Scotland every Sunday has featured a story on Xi Engineering’s new business offering in their business pages.
The article focuses on the launch of the company, whose quality and innovative offering has attracted a power-house board of directors including former defence minister Adam Ingram and ex Lloyds TSB director Manus Fullarton.
Xi Engineering has been created with a £400,000 investment from various sources including government backed Enterprise Investment Scheme, Archangel Informal Investments and Scottish Enterprise Co-Investment Fund.
The specialist firm will provide expert vibration solutions across a range of sectors and has already attracted an impressive list of blue chip clients as they attempt to broaden the range of interest in their products.
Under the guidance of managing director Mark-Paul Buckingham, the team were responsible for creating the innovative HAVmeter technology, which is used to ensure safe exposure to vibration and has proved popular with employers across a number of sectors. The device can help ensure that staff do not develop debilitating conditions such as vibration white finger.
Mark-Paul Buckingham quotes in the article: “The company might be new, but we are certainly no over night success. This is an object lesson in pulling together years of expertise and experience at the time when it is most needed.
“We are delighted that we may have an increasing role to play in helping Scotland develop engineering and scientific expertise in the renewable energy industry sector. It is one of the most exciting sectors to be working in at the moment.”
Xi Engineering is also working in marine energy and on a range of projects in the renewable sector in partnership with organisations such as Hamerfest Strom and AES.