Sureclean set for continued growth with four key new appointments.

Newly relaunched industrial cleaning specialists, Sureclean, has announced a raft of key new appointments bringing in operation and project management along with health & safety expertise to the global energy industry.

Four new staff members have joined the company’s Operations division bolstering its service offering to play a central role in realising future growth ambitions. The recruitment drive comes just six months into the company’s relaunch following a management buy-out earlier this year.

Oldmeldrum-based Sureclean, previously NRC UK, was bought over from American-based US Ecology with new owners, Simon Gibb and Mark Kelly, rebranding the firm back to its original name, Sureclean.

The new staff members, who will be based at the 4.9-acre office and support services facility in Oldmeldrum’s Barra Business Park, bring over 80 years’ combined experience in the specialist industrial cleaning sector with extensive industry knowledge and global project management experience.

Ally Joss and Grant Gilbert join the team as Project Managers with careers spanning over four decades. Together they will be responsible for leading specialist cleaning projects in line with company objectives to reduce waste and advance environmental sustainability.

Kenny Murray joins as HSEQ Manager bringing an in-depth understanding of continuous improvement to support the company with its continued aim to meet and exceed industry standards in safety and compliance. With over 12 years’ experience in the Industrial Services and Waste Management sectors, Kenny will deliver a full scope of HSEQ management including behavioural safety, training and competency, auditing, risk management, asset management, processes and ESG initiatives.

David Barrie returns to Sureclean as Operations Manager having been an integral part of the original Sureclean team. David brings comprehensive knowledge of Sureclean’s processes and equipment and has a broad range of experience in the industrial services sector with roles onshore, offshore and overseas.

As well as ensuring the delivery of customer service excellence, David is also in charge of bespoke and innovative engineering solutions for clients, while also supporting the next generation of Sureclean’s Pump Engineers.

Commenting on his new colleagues, Sureclean Executive Chairman, Simon Gibb, said: “Welcoming this well respected and highly knowledgeable group of energy industry professionals is the ideal chance to shape the future of Sureclean as we work to achieve our ambition to be the industry’s number one choice for industrial cleaning services.

“It’s an important period of growth for Sureclean and we are delighted that we have caught the attention of some of the most highly regarded names in the industry at the right time on our expansion journey.

“Our new team members bring a wealth of experience and expertise in senior leadership positions which will strengthen our growing business and provide essential support as we forge ahead with growth plans while continuing to meet and exceed the needs of our clients.

“To bring those at the top of their field on board with us forms a significant part of our rebuild campaign as we implement a ‘can do’ culture of support and collaboration and enhance our strengths and capabilities as industry leaders.”

With services taking a dual approach, Sureclean specialises in offering Specialised Industrial Cleaning Services with Environmental Protection Response.

Sureclean has the largest fleet of industrial equipment in the UK and with multi-skilled engineers to support its operations, the company provides technical industrial cleaning services to the local and global energy sector.

With the flexibility to deliver projects across a huge scope from drilling rigs, FPSOs, oil platforms and marine vessels, to refineries, pipelines and infrastructure, Sureclean’s cleaning solutions are constantly advancing, ensuring they are delivering for clients while supporting environmental sustainability and waste reduction.