Given the current political situation, it’s probably not something huge numbers of British people can honestly proclaim. But less than a year on from the launch of Unity – a product of  Well-Centric’s acquisition of the European subsidiary of Calgary-based Simmons Edeco – the company’s boss is in high spirits. The deal succeeded in giving Unity a large number of long-term clients – about a third of North Sea operators. And an influx of field service staff lifted Unity’s headcount to about 115 from 40. Part of FrontRow Energy Technology Group, Unity now has just over 130 people on its books, with bases in Aberdeen, Great Yarmouth in Norfolk and Esbjerg in Denmark. Unity’s headcount is expected to keep increasing by around 10% per year as it scores more work and continues investing in research  and development. Gary Smart, Unity chief executive, said nothing “miraculous or scary” emerged during the integration period, though the task of understanding the technical challenges faced by Simmons Edeco Europe’s clients takes time and is an on-going endeavour. Smart, who has worked in the sector for 30-plus years, said: “There were certain parts we could integrate quickly, like back-of...