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Bob Blair
Bob Blair
00:57 Nov-01-2000
Comada NDT (scotland)

Trying to find out what happened to company called Comada which i think was set up to work with Kestrel Marine in Dundee-Scotland '80 onwards.


 
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Dave Wilkes
Dave Wilkes
09:04 Nov-02-2000
Warning to UK Registered Companies
We have an email address for a company called
Comada in our database.

However, the way we interpret the U.K. Data
Protection Act, is that we would have to get
Comada's permission to pass it onto any
third party.

U.K. companies using internet notice boards
should make themselves fully aware of the
implications of this act, the breaking of
which is a criminal rather than a civil
offence.

Dave Wilkes
www.ndtcabin.com "The internet magazine for ndt technicians"




 
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MIKE JENNINGS
MIKE JENNINGS
00:39 Mar-27-2001
Re: Comada NDT (scotland)
: Trying to find out what happened to company called Comada which i think was set up to work with Kestrel Marine in Dundee-Scotland '80 onwards. DEAR BOB I WORKED FOR COMADA FROM 1982 TILL 1987 ,I FINISHED UP IN NORWAY FOR COMADA AT WITCH TIME THERE WERE SOLD TO 2 SCOTTISH LADSFROM FIFE. THERE HAD AN OFFSHOOT COMPANY IN BORENESS SCOTLAND FOR A WHILE. THE LAST TIME I HEARD OF THEM WAS 1992THATS AS FAR AS I CAN GO. CHEERS MICK




 
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Bill Chestnut
NDT Inspector
self employed, United Kingdom, Joined Nov 1998, 3

Bill Chestnut

NDT Inspector
self employed,
United Kingdom,
Joined Nov 1998
3
08:09 Apr-02-2001
Re: Comada NDT (scotland)
I worked for Comada for 4 weeks back in 1997, the main office was somewhere in Northern Ireland, we were sub contracted to Harland and Wolff, the guys name who ran the operation was called Bill Baxter(from Scotland, from Fife I do not know), they have 3 or 4 full time lads at harlands as far as I know they are still there,

Is this the Mike Jennings who worked on the Channel Tunnel in the early 90's, if it is get in touch please
(e mail above)

: : Trying to find out what happened to company called Comada which i think was set up to work with Kestrel Marine in Dundee-Scotland '80 onwards. DEAR BOB I WORKED FOR COMADA FROM 1982 TILL 1987 ,I FINISHED UP IN NORWAY FOR COMADA AT WITCH TIME THERE WERE SOLD TO 2 SCOTTISH LADSFROM FIFE. THERE HAD AN OFFSHOOT COMPANY IN BORENESS SCOTLAND FOR A WHILE. THE LAST TIME I HEARD OF THEM WAS 1992THATS AS FAR AS I CAN GO. CHEERS MICK
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