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Cammell Laird Apprentices – get on your bike!

In conjunction with Merseytravel and Bikeright, MECNW were able to access a ‘Bike for Work’ scheme, securing free bicycles, locks, lights and safety training for the new cohort of Cammell Laird Apprentices, who began their training earlier this year. The ‘bike for work’ scheme, created by Merseytravel, helps people who have recently become employed with … Continue reading

RADIO CITY – CASH FOR KIDS

posted on January 11, 2016 categories Corporate News, In The Community

Cammell Laird showed their support for Radio City’s Cash for Kids fundraiser by sending a team of four Apprentices over to a warehouse in Liverpool for four days to assist in sorting the toys. Cash for Kids is the official charity of Radio City and provides a helping hand to disabled and disadvantaged children in … Continue reading

Cammell Laird sign up for the Armed Forces Corporate Covenant

posted on December 10, 2015 categories Corporate News

Cammell Laird are pleased to announce that they have signed the Armed Forces Corporate Covenant on the 20th November 2015. The Covenant was signed jointly by Vice Admiral, Jonathon Woodcock, OBE and Linton Roberts, Cammell Laird Managing Director who both recognise the need to support not only ex-service personnel but existing members and their families.  The … Continue reading

Contract signed for Cammell Laird to build NERC’s new £200m polar research ship

posted on November 23, 2015 categories New Contracts, Project News

The deal has been sealed for a major marine and engineering services company to start work on a new £200m polar research ship to maintain the UK’s position at the forefront of climate and ocean research. World-famous historic Birkenhead shipyard Cammell Laird saw off massive competition from Europe and beyond including Korea and Singapore to … Continue reading

Merseyside beats global competition to build £200m Polar research ship

The Government has today (October 12) announced that Cammell Laird has been selected as the preferred bidder to build a state-of-the-art £200m polar research ship that will maintain the UK’s position firmly at the forefront of climate and ocean research. The decision follows a 12-month competitive tender process that involved bids from companies in the … Continue reading