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Cammell Laird targets shipbuilding growth after busy start to year

Merseyside UK shipyard and marine engineering services company Cammell Laird is reporting a strong first four months of 2019, with 25 ships arriving for drydocking and repairs during the period. In total Cammell Laird has received 11 ferries at its famous Birkenhead site from January to the end of April, along with 14 other vessels. … Continue reading

Cammell Laird reveals plans for new Ro-Pax ferry at Nor Shipping in Oslo

posted on June 4, 2019 categories Uncategorized

British shipyard Cammell Laird will today announce at the Nor Shipping trade fair in Oslo ambitious plans to disrupt the new-build ferry market with a new specially designed Ro-Pax ferry. Birkenhead, Liverpool City Region based Cammell Laird is releasing a sneak picture preview, see attached, of the commercial sensitive design ahead of a formal launch … Continue reading

Supplier spotlight: Brooktherm Refrigeration says ‘world-renowned’ Cammell Laird association gives kudos

posted on June 3, 2019 categories Uncategorized

Brooktherm Refrigeration is a leading refrigeration and air conditioning company, based in Birkenhead and working across the UK. The business specialises in industrial refrigeration, marine refrigeration and air conditioning, and provides services from design, supply and installation to bespoke maintenance, service and supply of spares. The family-owned and run company was founded in 2000 and … Continue reading

Cammell Laird to exhibit at Oslo’s Nor Shipping

posted on May 31, 2019 categories Corporate News

Cammell Laird will be exhibiting at the world-famous Nor Shipping trade fair in Oslo between June 3 and 7. The Cammell Laird team will be led by Andy Askham and David Rogers who will be manning our stand number D06-15. We invite our customers and contacts and those interested in our ship building, ship repair and … Continue reading

Cammell Laird announces dismantling of two 60-year-old cranes

Cammell Laird is sad to announce the pending dismantling of two cranes at the Birkenhead yard, 60 years after their installation.   The two cranes which sit adjacent to No 4 and 5 dock were taken out of service and removed from day to day operations in February as a result of the continuing non-availability … Continue reading