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Specialist Hull hazardous waste business invests £500,000

A growing specialist Hull commercial and hazardous waste business has created new jobs and invested more than £500,000 into a new fleet of specialist vehicles and equipment to ensure it maintains its impressive rate of growth in 2019 and beyond. Wastege Waste Management Ltd was established by experienced specialist Mark Taylor

RSM further strengthens Hull team with new partner

Audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has appointed Gwyneth Barber as a new corporate tax partner in the Hull office. Gwyneth is a prominent corporate tax adviser with over 20 years’ experience acting for regional, national and international businesses on a range of corporate tax planning, including international tax, property tax,

APD becomes part of the NEC family

Technology pioneer APD Communications has become part of a global corporation, providing the investment to boost innovation and product development. Hull-based APD has been acquired by Northgate Public Services (NPS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of NEC Corporation, a global leader in information and communications technology (ICT). APD is a leading software supplier to

Custom designed wheelchair accessible vehicle for Hull FC fan

Players at Hull FC have come together with Cartwright Mobility and Stoneacre Ford to hand over a custom-designed wheelchair accessible vehicle to one of the club’s biggest fans. Nine of the first team players from the Rugby League Club surprised lifetime supporter, Wes Trowell, with the keys to his new Ford

Yorkshire renewables could soon power a million refrigerators

Yorkshire and The Humber could soon have enough renewable energy capacity to power more than one million refrigerators a year, research by Barton Willmore has shown. Analysis of the number of renewable energy schemes already operating in the region – and those yet to be built – shows Yorkshire is on

ABP Humber signs new trade deal with the world’s largest container shipping line

A significant new service for ABP’s Hull Container Terminal has been agreed offering deep-sea connections to the rest of the world for the first time in its history. The agreement between ABP and Maersk, the world’s largest container shipping line, has been established to open this crucial trading link to the

Students at employer-led school get the edge in apprenticeships recruitment race

Hull’s school that means business has staged a unique event to give its students the edge in claiming apprenticeships with the city’s leading employers. Around 260 students from Ron Dearing University Technical College (UTC) attended the school’s first Apprenticeships Expo, aimed at informing them about sought-after training opportunities with the school’s

Humber ports host trade discussions with Royal Danish Embassy and partners

ABP’s Humber ports this week welcomed senior officials from the Royal Danish Embassy as well as the managing director of Denmark’s Port of Hanstholm, to discuss trade options. Over two days, the delegation was given a whistle-stop tour of some of the most notable businesses on the Humber by Simon Dwyer