An inspection provider for the global processing industry, Innospection, has opened its new €3.5 million research and development facility in Germany.The Aberdeen-based company opened the 823m2 office space which includes an additional 1062m2 of workshop space in Stutensee following a 20% growth in turnover between 2016-2017 and securing a number of contracts to develop new inspection tools for oil and gas operators.The facility accommodates the R&D organization which has a team of 30 specialist and includes capabilities for sensor technology design, mechanical design and assembly, electrical engineering and software design.Andreas Boenisch, managing director, said: “Our purpose built, state of the art new facility marks a significant expansion of the business. We have a strong focus and commitment to further developments of advanced, robotic, and integrity support solutions, which our new facility and teams of experienced, specialists will deliver.“We have ambitious growth plans for this year and beyond and our new facility enables us to provide a superior service and more space to take on larger projects which will help us achieve our targets.”
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Black Stars defender Jonathan Mensah nodded the match-winner for Evian Thonon Gaillard who pipped Lens 2-1 to manage their first win of the season on Wednesday night. The 24-year-old scored just after the half-hour mark and defended gallantly at the Parc des Sports.Bottom-side Bottom-side Evian had lost four of their last five matches in Ligue 1 coming into this game, but their appetite for goals looked insatiable in the first half, and they were two goals up inside the first half hour.Cédric Barbosa pulled a training-ground free-kick back to the edge of the penalty area and Mensah thrashed the ball toward goal first-time. His initial attempt was blocked but landed kindly, and the big Ghanaian was on hand to thump home past Wylan Cyprien to make it 2-0.Wednesday night’s game is Mensah’s second Ligue 1 goal after scoring for Evian in a 1-1 draw with Stade Reims in 2013.