About the john lawrie group
Founded in the 1930s by Mr. John Lawrie as a scrap metal merchant in Aberdeen Scotland, the business has sustained an enviable reputation and track record in delivering for its clients.
Since a management buyout in the early 80s, the John Lawrie Group has grown significantly and diversified to become one of Scotland’s leading privately-owned businesses, with an annual turnover of c£100 million (approx. US$160 million) and employing around 90 staff across the globe.
The three main divisions which provide key services to the oil and gas, construction and utility sectors are:
John Lawrie Metals remains the largest metal recycler and exporter of processed scrap metal in North and North-East Scotland, with SEPA-licensed waste treatment facilities in Aberdeen, Montrose and Invergordon and handles around 200,000 tonnes of metal each year.
John Lawrie Tubulars is a leading specialist in the trading of new and reusable tubulars, casing and drillpipe, and operate around the world, with activities throughout the UK, Europe, Scandinavia, North America, China and the Middle East.
John Lawrie Decom has been providing decommissioning services to the oil and gas sector for over 20 years, during which time we have successfully carried out a number of projects involving the processing of redundant equipment and the dismantling of large oilfield and industrial structures.
Despite the growth of the company, we remain committed to providing the very best service and solution to our clients.