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Cammell Laird Stands Ready to Deliver New National Flagship

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Cammell Laird, the UK’s premier ship builder, has welcomed the Prime Minister’s announcement that the construction of the new National Flagship will commence in 12 months, with the ship entering service by 2025. The Prime Minister’s announcement was accompanied by a visual of the new ship, which… Continue reading

Cammell Laird Announces The Royal Naval Benevolent Trust As Its Charity of the Year

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Cammell Laird, the UK’s leading ship builder, has named The Royal Naval Benevolent Trust (RNBT) as its Charity of the Year. The announcement comes during Armed Forces Day 2021 and is a reflection of Cammell Laird’s proud history of supporting the Armed Forces and the Royal Navy in particular, both… Continue reading

Cammell Laird Proudly Supports Armed Forces Week

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Cammell Laird was once again proud to continue its long tradition of supporting Armed Forces Week (AFW) by paying tribute to all those who serve their country today and the veterans who have served in the past. During AFW we also reflected on our own proud history of supporting the Armed Forces… Continue reading

Minister of State for Defence Procurement meets Cammell Laird team aboard HMS Prince of Wales

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The Minister of State for Defence Procurement, Jeremy Quin MP, took time to visit Cammell Laird’s stand aboard HMS Prince of Wales on Monday. Britain’s newest aircraft carrier was hosting a UKNEST industry event to celebrate UK engineering excellence as part of the ship’s week-long visit to… Continue reading

Cammell Laird – Supporting Britain’s Hunter-killer Submarine Programme

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Cammell Laird has a proud history of shipbuilding that stretches back almost 200 years, a large part of which is closely tied to Britain’s submarine fleet. The company’s Birkenhead shipyard was a leading centre for submarine production in the 20th century, with 69 boats built by Cammell Laird on… Continue reading