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Cammell Laird proud to support Made of Iron cultural programme ahead of season launch

posted on May 10, 2019 categories In The Community

Cammell Laird has lent its support to the first in a series of exhibitions and cultural events celebrating the story of Wirral’s shipbuilding and maritime heritage. Starting tomorrow (11), Made of Iron will use a series of exhibitions, performances and cultural projects to share the stories of Wirral-built ships and those whose lives were shaped … Continue reading

Cammell Laird recognised in House of Lords for partnership working

posted on May 10, 2019 categories Corporate News

Merseyside shipbuilder Cammell Laird has been honoured in Parliament for its ‘best in class’ partnership working. The business, in Birkenhead, was recognised for the way it shares knowledge, the leadership it demonstrates and the way it develops partnerships with suppliers, customers and any other businesses it works with. Cammell Laird has achieved the prestigious ISO44001, … Continue reading

Cammell Laird completes £44million RFA Fort Victoria refit

posted on May 7, 2019 categories Project News

Supply ship Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) Fort Victoria, one of the largest vessels operated by the UK Ministry of Defence, has put to sea following the completion of a £44 million refit by Birkenhead-based (Liverpool City Region, UNITED KINGDOM) shipyard and marine engineering services provider Cammell Laird.   The year-long programme of work, represented phase … Continue reading

Red Kestrel completion sends ‘strong message’ to global maritime industry, says Cammell Laird COO as £10m ferry is officially named

posted on April 30, 2019 categories Project News

The completion of the £10million Red Kestrel for Isle of Wight ferry operator Red Funnel has sent a strong message to the global maritime industry about Cammell Laird’s ferry building capabilities, according to the Merseyside shipbuilder’s Chief Operating Officer Tony Graham. The state-of-the-art ferry is Red Funnel’s first dedicated Ro-Ro freight ship and will enter … Continue reading

Cammell Laird stages ‘sail-away’ of newly built £10m ferry the Red Kestrel

posted on April 12, 2019 categories Uncategorized

Merseyside shipbuilder Cammell Laird has completed the building of its 1393rd vessel the £10million ferry the Red Kestrel, for Isle of Wight ferry operator Red Funnel.   The Red Kestrel, a new freight-only RoRo vessel, sailed away from Cammell Laird’s famous River Mersey shipyard following a nine-month build programme. In total the project used 45 … Continue reading