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Alan Faulds joins Osprey Group

Osprey Group continues to expand its operations with Alan Faulds now working as a Senior Project Manager for the business.

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The power to be safe

It is said that with great power, comes great responsibility. This couldn’t be truer for Ellie Bowsher, Osprey’s Quality, Health and Safety, and Environment (QHSE) Officer – working with the team that enables specialist logistics’ movements for Hinkley Point C.

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Osprey Group is investing in an Enerpac JS-250 Lifting System - extending its capability for special projects...

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Osprey Group appoints Simon Massey

Osprey Group appoints Simon Massey as the new Managing Director of the Heavy Lift division.

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Osprey’s team wins RoSPA Health & Safety Award

Osprey Group is proud to have been recognised for the quality of its health and safety work in 2021, with the RoSPA Silver Health & Safety Award.

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Osprey opens sixth UK location in Stockton

Osprey Group is opening a new facility in Stockton, enabling a ‘local hub’ for efficiency-focussed specialist logistics supporting infrastructure developments in the North of the UK.

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Osprey Press Release: Osprey shows confidence in British renewables and infrastructure with £multi-million SPMT order

Osprey Group is making a £multi-million investment to increase its fleet of Self-Propelled Modular Transporters (SPMTs): motorised units capable of moving thousand-tonne assets

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Equipment and availability; certainty matters

OUR OWN EQUIPMENT – WHY? Over the last 25 years, we’ve invested in a huge range of transport and lifting equipment for critical, oversized assets....

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We have the largest fleet of UK-registered barges, ranging from 92 to 50 meters in length and up to 27 meters wide. Some of our barges have the capacity to load almost ten thousand tons of cargo.

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