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Cammell Laird shortlisted with UK team for Fleet Solid Support shipbuilding project

Cammell Laird is delighted to have been shortlist as part of a syndicate of British firms, to compete to build three Fleet Solid Support ships for the UK Ministry of Defence. Defence Minister Stuart Andrew announced the shortlist and the British consortium is made up of  Cammell Laird, Babcock, BAE Systems and Rolls-Royce. They join Italian firm … Continue reading

Cammell Laird workers speak out against strike action

posted on November 28, 2018 categories Corporate News, In The Community

Many Cammell Laird workers who are against the current strike action have felt without a voice. Today we are giving some of those within the Cammell Laird family the opportunity to air their concerns about the danger the company is being put in and directly appeal to their colleagues to end the counterproductive strike action. … Continue reading

Cammell Laird wins 10-year RFA support contracts worth £619 million

Merseyside, UK-based shipyard and engineering company Cammell Laird says winning two 10-year contracts to support the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA), worth an estimated £619million, is a massive boost for the company and will enable it to continue to invest in its workforce, apprenticeship programme and infrastructure. In total Cammell Laird said winning the contract will … Continue reading

Maritime conference hears Cammell Laird’s vision to revive British shipbuilding

Cammell Laird project director Tony Graham was invited to address those attending the Society and the Sea conference held at the University of Greenwich. Mr Graham leads Cammell Laird’s campaign to build five Type 31e warships for the UK Royal Navy worth an estimated £1.25billion. The ship design known as Leander is further being marketed … Continue reading

CAMMELL LAIRD BUILDS 2,000-STRONG SUPPLY CHAIN IN LEANDER FRIGATE BID

Birkenhead-based shipbuilder Cammell Laird has announced it has built a network of more than 2,000 suppliers as it steps up its bid to build a cutting-edge warship. The shipyard and engineering services company says it is registering more than five new suppliers every week as it builds its Leander Frigate supply chain. The business is … Continue reading