Offshore Company Axes Jobs

Around 150 jobs in Aberdeen and Dundee have been axed after an offshore services company ceased trading.

Oceanteam Power and Umbilical has been forced to close when the firm's holding company withdrew its financial support.

Staff are based in Aberdeen, at workshops in Dundee and offshore.

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