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David Emanuel meets RRS Sir David Attenborough – world-famous fashion designer pays special visit to Cammell Laird

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Renowned fashion designer David Emanuel brought a touch of celebrity glamour to Cammell Laird this week. The Welshman, best known for co-designing the wedding dress worn by Diana, Princess of Wales, in 1981, was given a tour of the shipyard and an opportunity to see shipbuilding and ship repair… Continue reading

HMS Queen Elizabeth put through her paces during Westlant 19 deployment

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HMS Queen Elizabeth, the first of Britain’s two new aircraft carriers, arrived in Halifax, Nova Scotia last month as part of the 65,000-tonne warship’s second-ever international visit. Cammell Laird completed a two-and-a-half year, multi-million pound project to build flight decks for the carrier… Continue reading

Birkenhead School scoops double honours in national ship design competition

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Pupils at Birkenhead School in Oxton have scooped top honours in a national naval engineering competition. The school was the only one to win prizes in two separate age categories as part of the 2018 RN-UKNEST Naval Engineering Competition, an initiative involving the Royal Navy and the United… Continue reading

Cammell Laird appoints two new members of the senior leadership team as part of business transformation

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Merseyside shipyard and marine engineering services company Cammell Laird has made two senior hires as it looks to strengthen the business. The Birkenhead shipbuilder has appointed Rich Caton as HR director and Sean Nuttall as health and safety director as the business prepares for a period of… Continue reading

CAMMELL LAIRD COMPLETES CIVIL NUCLEAR TEST RIG

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Cammell Laird has completed the design, manufacture and installation of an innovative test rig as part of a project which plans to re-establish the UK as a world leader in thermal hydraulics research. The new Thermal Hydraulic test rig, which is 7 metres tall, 5 metres wide and 2.5 metres deep,… Continue reading