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HMS Queen Elizabeth sets sail from Cammell Laird to Rosyth

posted on May 28, 2012 categories Project News

Huge flight decks for HMS Queen Elizabeth, the first of the Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers being built for the UK Royal Navy, will leave resurgent Merseyside engineering firm Cammell Laird Monday May 28 to embark on a five day journey to the east coast of Scotland. Cammell Laird Chief Executive John Syvret CBE said … Continue reading

Drydocking date for tall ship at Cammell Laird

posted on April 30, 2012 categories In The Community

Cammell Laird shipyard will be drawing on its ship repairing heritage when it undertakes the dry docking of one of Britain’s finest remaining tall ships. The spectacular Stavros S Niarchos is the flagship vessel of the Tall Ship Youth Trust. The 200ft brig will be coming to Merseyside in April for the drydocking after undertaking … Continue reading

Ansaldo Nucleare, Nuvia and Cammell Laird join forces to target civil nuclear sector

posted on October 12, 2011 categories Corporate News

Ansaldo Nucleare, a member of the Italian high technology group Finmeccanica, has signed a partnership agreement with Warrington based Nuvia and Birkenhead based Cammell Laird to design and build heavy modules and components for the UK’s multi-billion pound civil nuclear programme. The partnership strengthens the initial partnership deal struck in August 2010 between Nuvia and … Continue reading

Mersey firms help raise £80,000 in Zero to Hero corporate challenge

posted on August 1, 2011 categories In The Community

Merseyside youth charity Fairbridge has announced that its annual Zero to Hero corporate challenge has raised £80,000 this year. In all eight teams took part in the Zero to Hero challenge: Bibby Line Group, Cammell Laird, Brabners, Hill Dickinson, Nat West, Addleshaw Goddard, Barclays and Deloitte. The teams were challenged to form a business idea … Continue reading

Isle of Man Steam Packet Company’s Dunkirk ship’s anchor to be restored at Cammell Laird

posted on February 3, 2011 categories Corporate News

Cammell Laird is deeply proud to announce it will restore the anchor of the historic Manx ferry TSS Mona’s Queen which was sunk at Dunkirk. Cammell Laird, which built the ship in 1934, welcomed the anchor back to the yard this week. It will now begin a two week restoration process to repair the anchor … Continue reading