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Cammell Laird appoints new quality assurance manager

posted on September 4, 2019 categories Corporate News, Recruitment

Merseyside UK shipyard and engineering services company Cammell Laird has appointed a new quality assurance manager to forge closer relationships with suppliers and bring best practice from other industries to his new role. Gordon Maxwell is the new QA manager heading up a team of 19 striving to deliver the company vision of getting it … Continue reading

Cammell Laird backs plans for new £150m disaster relief ship

Ambitious plans are being launched for a £150m training and disaster relief ship with cutting-edge British technology. Britannia Maritime Aid (BMA), a registered charity, aims to build the futuristic vessel in Britain. It is officially launching its plans at the UK Chamber of Shipping on Monday September 9 during London International Shipping Week. Maritime professionals … Continue reading

Cammell Laird welcomes Historic England’s decision to safeguard Liverpool’s ‘Bucket Fountain’

posted on August 18, 2019 categories In The Community

Cammell Laird has warmly welcomed the news that Liverpool’s Piazza Fountain, widely known as the Bucket Fountain, will be saved for future generations to enjoy following a successful campaign to have the artwork heritage listed.   Created by artist-engineer Richard Huws and welded by Cammell Laird, the city centre fountain has been at the centre … Continue reading

Cammell Laird shows safety first as three employees honoured with awards

posted on August 15, 2019 categories Corporate News

Birkenhead shipyard and marine engineering services company Cammell Laird has honoured three employees for demonstrating exemplary safety in the workplace as it prepares to host a health and safety conference. The workers, from three separate departments, were presented with Safe Worker Awards in a dockside ceremony staged in the shadow of polar research vessel the … Continue reading

Cammell Laird backs campaign for Birkenhead Park to become World Heritage Site

posted on August 13, 2019 categories In The Community

Merseyside shipyard and marine engineering services company Cammell Laird has thrown its weight behind a campaign to have Birkenhead Park recognised as a World Heritage Site. Acknowledged as the world’s first publicly funded municipal park, it was created and financed by the elected Commissioners for the Improvement of Birkenhead and designed by (Sir) Joseph Paxton. … Continue reading