Our Shared Service Centre Manager, Siobhan Shewan, shares her Peterson career story discussing her background in the industry, areas of specialism and the importance of remaining calm under pressure.
Peterson has donated £22,500 to nine food banks across its locations globally to provide support to local communities over the festive period.
As we head towards the end of 2020, and are unfortunately still dealing with the challenges of the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to reconfirm to you our strong focus on minimising the risks around COVID-19 and to assure you that were still providing the safest and highest standard of service with an on-going reassurance on our business continuity objectives at all times.
– Revenue up 4% in 2019 to £256m
– With continued investment in new technology and international development costs, operating profit is £1.1m.
– Continuing to invest to support the next phase of growth with market conditions improving
– Demand for Peterson services, fourth-party logistics (4PL) concepts and technology expected to grow with the ongoing focus on efficiency across the supply chain
– Our portfolio of companies performed strongly in the market
– The Peterson and Control Union Group reported a robust overall global Group result in 2019, demonstrating a strong balance sheet without significant loan capital
– Headcount in 2019 down 10% to 1027 due to several factors, including retirements and employees transferring to other parts of the Peterson and Control Union Group business
– Moving into 2020, COVID impacts activity levels across all sectors and impacts the oil price and demand, changes to the way of working in response
– Positive HSEQ performance throughout the year with LTIF and TRCF maintained well below the industry average, with the UK and Trinidad and Tobago Operations both reporting zero lost time Incidents in 2019
International energy logistics provider Peterson has achieved two major milestones with the successful arrival of the 14,200 tonne Ninian Northern topside at the company’s base in Shetland and a record 50 structures received for decommissioning in Great Yarmouth Port.