Scottish Plant Owners Association

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After such a busy weekend, which saw 6,600 visitors to ScotPlant, the team from the Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) reflect on the event and share some highlights on what remains the most significant event for the plant industry in Scotland.

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The Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) is looking forward to staging its best ever stand and a weekend full of activities, information and support for members of the plant industry at ScotPlant 2024. Taking place at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh on 26-27 April, the SPOA will be at Ave

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The organisers of the Scottish Plant Operator Challenge have announced the format for the 2024 Scottish Plant Operator Challenge and are calling on plant operators from across the country to enter. The qualifier for this year’s Scottish Plant Operator Challenge (SPOC) will take place during Sc

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The Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) has established a Women in Plant working group to better represent the interests of women in plant and work towards further improving the industry and attracting more women to the plant industry. The working group will be co-chaired by immediate SPOA past

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Shortly after announcing the acquisition of a Tenstar Simulator as part of its ongoing mission to upskill the industry, the Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA), with training provider Setting Out For Construction (SOFC), has delivered two courses which have been rated best in class by delegate

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The Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) is set to spearhead the production of much-needed comprehensive industry guidance on bridge strike avoidance in the transportation of plant and equipment. The move follows an industry summit hosted by the SPOA this month which brought together key represe

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The Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) has invested in a top of the range Tenstar simulator as part of its ongoing mission to upskill the industry and attract young talent to follow a career path in plant. The simulator has been supplied with a motion base for a real-life seat feel and a VR he

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John Sibbald has been confirmed as the new president of the Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) at the trade association’s AGM held earlier this month. He succeeds outgoing president Callum Mackintosh and will be supported by David Jarvie in his role as vice president.

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