Pioneering centre is launched
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) has launched its Anaerobic Digestion Development Centre (ADDC).
Gas2 sets up in laboratories
Aberdeen-based process technology company Gas2 Ltd has moved into The Wilton Centre.
Industry honours its high fliers
Individuals, schools and companies were honoured at the North East Process Industry Cluster (NEPIC) awards night at the Hardwick Hall Hotel in Sedgefield.
NEPIC hits the billion mark
NEPIC - the regional cluster for the chemical and process industries in the North East - has now contributed more than £1 billion of added value to the regional economy in its six years in existence.
Innovation Accelerator open for business
The unique Innovation Accelerator incubator facility located at the centre is now up and running.
Software system impresses multi-national operator
Technology solutions provider CPD Limited has landed a five-year deal with one of the world's leading independent storage operators for oils, chemicals and gases.
A&W Ltd announces new product
Centre resident A&W Ltd has released Sabisu, an information integration and collaboration platform for the process industry.
Inspection UK Ltd moves into Centre
Now operating from The Wilton Centre, Inspection UK Ltd offers a broad spectrum of inspection services and equipment rental.
Recruitment company reports good performance despite tough trading conditions
Recruitment company TechConsult UK has increased turnover and profits despite the toughest global trading conditions seen for many years.
MMI opens office in Centre
MMI Engineering Ltd, whose work is based around risk management, has opened a new office at The Wilton Centre.
Infinity makes the move
One of the new Centre residents is Infinity (UK) Ltd, a subsidiary of Infinity Logistics & Transport SDN BHD, Malaysia.
Company achieves quality standard
The laboratory operated by Guardian Marine Testing Ltd (GMT) has been awarded ISO 17025 accreditation at its first submission.
Wind power idea being investigated
The Wilton Centre has teamed up with energy company Wind Direct to explore the possible generation of renewable energy on-site.
The Centre's Christmas initiative to donate presents to charity was again a success with residents giving 61 presents, which went to help Eva Women’s Aid, a charity dedicated to improving the lives of women and children affected by domestic violence and sexual abuse. Ann Sherwood also organised an initiative whereby Centre administrative staff donated money instead of sending Christmas cards. The initiative, coupled with a donation from a resident, meant that the Zoe's Place hospice and the Middlesbrough-based MS Therapy Centre, each received £241.
Banana Man strikes again!
Tenants at The Wilton Centre raised £776.05 for Children In Need with a variety of events. Among the activities, recruitment consultants Ian Marshall and Daniel Hanafin, of TechConsult UK, toured the Centre with 'Banana Man'. They raised an additional £99.97.
In the money
Wilton Centre catering supplier Taylor Shaw has installed a cash dispenser in the shop in the restaurant. There is no transaction charge.