We are proud and excited to announce that Tyne Gangway (Structures) Limited has manufactured and installed the world’s first retractable walkway within a UK arena!

The O2 has officially launched its new Premium Members Club, The NinetyThird By Qatar Airways. In a recent press release, they said: “From the world’s first retractable ‘Walkway’, to reimagined fine dining, The NinetyThird by Qatar Airways is an industry-leading, first-of-its-kind premium space within a UK arena”.

They continued: “With uninterrupted views from every seat, members of The NinetyThird by Qatar Airways will be able to enjoy over 200 world-class events a year at The O2, from the very best acts in music, comedy, sport and more. The new 300-capacity space will also be home to the Walkway – a first-of-its-kind retractable viewing platform, 70ft above the arena floor, accessible only to members within the space”.

Tyne Gangway (Structures) Ltd manufactured and installed the worlds first retractable gangway in a UK arena

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Contact us to learn more about this type of walkway, or to find out how we could assist with your Onshore or Offshore access requirements:
☎️ 0191 2623657
📩 info@tynegangway.com
🌐 www.tynegangway.com

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TGS is pleased to announce they have entered into a business agreement with PETROLCOM Oil & Gas Services, who will support TGS in developing their business in the United Arab Emirates. Both businesses are complimentary, which will help them to succeed in new territory.

Recently, PETROLCOM Oil & Gas commented…

“Tyne Gangway is a familiar name in the Oil & Gas industry, renowned for its design and manufacture of marine access systems, including aluminium gangways, accommodation ladders, shore-based pedestrian access equipment and special structures. PETROLCOM Oil & Gas Services will be the exclusive representative of their products in United Arab Emirates. We are looking forward to this new successful Business Relationship!”

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We were delighted to be in this month’s Maritime Journal.

Should you have a requirement for any of the equipment we offer, please don’t hesitate to contact our sales team to find out more

Maritime Journal March 2023

Tyne Gangway (Structures) Limited is pleased to announce they have become members of Make UK, which supports and champions UK manufacturers 🤝.

As part of our membership, we look forward to being part of the network and utilising the support and resources available.

Some of the benefits include:

  • Access to hundreds of industry events across the UK – virtual manufacturing leaders’ monthly meetings with quarterly industry site visits, peer-to-peer networks, factory tours, insightful breakfasts, networking dinners, and national conferences
  • Access to industry insight – a report released regularly across a breadth of industry topics all driven by members’ voices.
  • Opportunity to engage in representation work – Regional Advisory Boards, National Policy Boards, engaging MPs, BEIS, LEPs, VIP Dinners & receptions
  • Access to the Make UK team for industry connections – potential suppliers/customers, sources of funding & support, universities & catapult networks
  • Opportunity to raise our profile – inclusion in industry reports, media activity, social media campaigns & awards programme
  • Preferential rates on training, consultancy & venues
  • Access to member advantages programme of commercially beneficial deals – insurance, R&D tax credits, energy, employee engagement, health cash plans, recruitment.

Tyne Gangway (Structures) Ltd is delighted to announce we have been awarded “granted” status by ORE Catapult’s Fit 4 Offshore Renewables (F4OR).

We have spent the last year improving our business in line with the F4OR programme and the benefits of doing so have been invaluable. The programme has given us greater sector knowledge and understanding of what it takes to work within the growing offshore wind industry, and we continue to ensure we are in a position to supply to this sector in line with the required standards.

All being said, we could not have achieved this without the dedicated support of our team, so thank you to everyone at Tyne Gangway, and special thanks to Nigel Goodrich, John Best, ORE Catapult, Opergy, and the F4OR teams for their support and guidance.

 

Tyne Gangway believes in passing on its knowledge to our future generations and continuously recruits new and young talent on its apprenticeship programme. We recently welcomed Jack, Adam, Marcos, and Owen who are all great new additions to our team, and we look forward to seeing them flourish in their careers.

 

New ApprenticesNew Apprentices Join The Tyne Gangway Team

Tyne Gangway (Structures) Limited is proud to have signed the Armed Forces Covenant, which supports those who protect our nation, veterans, and their families.

The covenant is a pledge that together we acknowledge and understand those who serve or who have served in the armed forces, and their families; that they should be treated with fairness and respect in the communities, economy, and society they serve with their lives.

It focuses on helping members of the armed forces community have the same support as any other citizen, spanning education, housing, starting a career, access to healthcare, financial assistance, and more.

Several of our employees have UK Armed Forces affiliations, including myself, whose husband is a former field and staff officer. We see the contribution of our Armed Forces in their worldwide deployments, but during the Crisis, we have also seen their contribution to our daily lives – driving ambulances, administering tests, constructing temporary hospitals, etc. Tyne Gangway supports and implements the principles of the Armed Forces Covenant – serving our Armed Forces as they serve us.

Allan Hills, Tyne Gangway’s Storeman & Logistics Co-ordinator said: “As a veteran, it’s good working for a business that supports servicemen and their families”.

Congratulations to our newly qualified fabricators and welders, who have recently completed their apprenticeship programme. All passed with flying colours and are ready to embark on the next phase of their careers working at Tyne Gangway.

When asked how they feel about their recent success:

Brent Whitlie “I feel that completing my apprenticeship in Fabrication and welding is a positive milestone to achieve in my career”.

David Nash “It has been a good journey, learning new knowledge and skills, and working with skilled mentors to enhance my practical fabrication and welding skills”.

Alex Tibbs “I feel blessed that I have been given the opportunity to complete my apprenticeship in fabrication and welding at Tyne Gangway. I am looking forward to progressing my career”.

Richard Herron, our Quality, Health & Safety Manager, said “all three apprentices have put in maximum effort and hard work during their apprenticeship linked to TDR Training, and they are valued members of the Tyne Gangway team. They are now ready to continue the legacy, being some of the youngest fabricators and welders within the workshop”.  “Good work, gentlemen”.

It was also good the hear from Bryan, TDR training “well done to Brent, Alex, and David in completing their Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeships with Tyne Gangway. It’s been a great experience for TDR Training to work alongside such a supportive company and one that values the learner journey”.

 

We support and value our people in their career development and are currently training 4 welding & fabrication apprentices and 1 apprentice draughtsman.

We recently caught up with them to ask what they enjoy most about working for us:

Alex said, “Completing an apprenticeship with Tyne Gangway opens many career pathways, marine, and structural access, whether it be on-site, onshore, or offshore”.

Brent said, “It’s a unique and practical trade”.

David said, “I enjoy the variation and challenges that come with each job”.

Kieran said, “having the opportunity to learn the skill of welding and building bespoke structures. I hope to progress within the industry i.e., gain a range of welding certificates”.

Jack, who has recently changed to become the apprentice draughtsman, said, “I really enjoy the ‘hands-on’ aspect of the job, I get a sense of satisfaction seeing the jobs completed”.

Their peers have reviewed each apprentice, and all received positive feedback on their work ethics, skills, and knowledge levels. This is a very beneficial endorsement to receive within the work environment.  They carry out learning on the job and their ‘off the job’ theoretical studies on-site, with the support of their line management and TDR Training. Each apprentice is dedicated and endeavours to complete assignments within the required timescale.

Tyne Gangway Apprentices

We strive to maintain and ensure our standards are always up to date. Therefore, we are pleased to inform our customers we have recently added fixed/folding handrails to our standard range of DNV-GL type approved gangways.

Should you or your business require this type of marine access equipment, please contact us, our team will be happy to assist.

T: 0191 2623657
E: info@tynegangway.com