We have developed a portfolio of Case Studies showcasing successful companies who are continually investing in Fife, thus helping to make Fife a world leading business destination.
Whenever and wherever you are shopping, and you pay by card, the chances are, you will be tapping, swiping or inserting your card into an Ingenico terminal. At any given moment, worldwide, over 30 million people are paying with an Ingenico device. Here in Fife, we develop software solutions, configure, distribute, maintain and upgrade around a million devices every year to support the Northern European market.
Marine Harvest is the biggest aquacultural company in the world; accounting for almost a quarter of the world’s total population of Atlantic farm salmon.
Marine Harvest is a vertically integrated business; owning the entire process from brood stock, farming process to the finished product. The advantage of this is sustainability, quality and full control. Marine Harvest provide fillets, smoked salmon and delicatessen products throughout the globe.
Marine Harvest believe Fife is a great location, allowing raw materials to be brought in from the North and West, then sent throughout the world. The Invest in Fife team have offered fantastic Support via recruitment, training and development of staff. The network the Invest in Fife team have access to enabled Marine Harvest to access the market place far quicker and with more efficiency.
Exterity is a market-leading provider of IP video technology that helps organisations to harness the power of video to communicate, educate and entertain. End-to-end IPTV solutions enable you to capture TV and video content directly from any source and manage its delivery, live or on demand, to any connected device via your existing network.
From corporate, finance and education, to hospitality, remote facilities, stadia and healthcare, Exterity has global expertise in delivering complex, proAV solutions.
Archived Case Studies
Established in 2001, following a management buy out, BiFab is a manufacturer of high quality, large scale steel structures for the energy sector. Burntisland Fabrications Ltd (BiFab), a company with proven expertise in delivering major fabrication works for the oil and gas industry, has successfully diversified into renewables and become a market leader in the manufacture of jacket substructures for the offshore wind industry.
Diageo, one of the world’s leading premium drinks businesses, is responsible for producing nearly 50 million cases of leading brands of Scotch whisky, white spirits and over 6 million cases of ready-to-drink brands every year. Over the past six years, Diageo has invested £430 million in distilling, packaging and warehousing in Fife.
Oceaneering Umbilical Solutions is a subsidiary of Oceaneering International Inc headquartered in Houston USA. Oceaneering Umbilical Solutions’ advanced technical engineering and manufacturing capabilities at its UK base in Fife has reinforced its reputation as a global supplier of deepwater applications to the offshore oil and gas industry.
Headquartered in Kirkcaldy, PayWizard is a specialist provider of online payment and subscription management. Payment and subscription management specialist PayWizard has acquired more than six million subscribers and processed more than £1.2 billion in payments for some of the biggest names in the global media and entertainment sector, including: Sony, ITV, NBCUniversal, BT Vision and Virgin Media.
Founded in Fife over 40 years ago, Proclad has always been at the leading edge of large scale precision engineering for the oil and gas industry. Over the years it has grown to become a world leading international group of companies, offering a full package of capabilities required for the construction of complex subsea structures.
First produced in the USA in 1887, Quaker Oats became the very first registered trade mark for a breakfast cereal and has always been a popular choice with porridge fans. In 2001 the company became a part of PepsiCo, the world’s second largest soft drink maker. Today Quaker sits alongside other leading household brands including Walkers, Pepsi and Tropicana. From its base in Fife, Quaker supplies porridge to the UK, Europe, Middle East and Africa.
RWE npower renewables’ £200 million combined heat and power plant at Tullis Russell in Fife is the biggest of its kind in the UK and with an installed capacity of up to 65 megawatts (MW), will be able to deliver up to 120 metric tonnes of industrial steam per hour.
SCORE (Europe), a subsidiary of Score Group plc Limited, is renowned as a world leader in the supply, service and repair of valves, gas turbines and related components for the oil, gas and energy markets.
In January 2011, The Hydrogen Office was officially opened by the First Minister Alex Salmond MSP. The state-of-the-art demonstration and research facility forms part of flagship Energy Park Fife project on the Methil Waterfront.
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