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Western Ferries stages Keel Laying ceremony at Cammell Laird

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Birkenhead based shipyard and engineering firm Cammell Laird today (18 October 2012) formally began its work to build two new vessels for Scottish based ferry operator Western Ferries. In a ceremony at Cammell Laird, a party from Western Ferries led by Chairman Alistair Ross formally laid the… Continue reading

Cammell Laird hosts naming ceremony for two new ferries

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Birkenhead based shipyard and engineering firm Cammell Laird has hosted a formal naming ceremony for the first complete ships constructed by the company in 20 years for Scottish ferry operator Western Ferries (see notes to editors). The ceremony marked the completion of a multi-million pound… Continue reading

Isle of Mull’s 33 Tonne Bow Visor Removed as Part of Annual Survey

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A nine day project to replace bow visor hinge pins and bearings for CalMac Ferries’ MV Isle of Mull has been completed by Cammell Laird. Delivered as part of the vessel’s annual survey, the project involved a multi-disciplinary approach from Cammell Laird’s planning, technical and lifting teams in… Continue reading

Orkney Islands Council awards Cammell Laird £2.7m ferry conversion project

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Orkney Islands Council has awarded resurgent Birkenhead shipyard and engineering firm Cammell Laird a £2.7m contract to update and lengthen the MV Hoy Head car ferry. The contract is the latest in the ferry market for Cammell Laird and comes just a month after the yard was awarded a multi million… Continue reading

MAJOR INCIDENT TRAINING TAKES PLACE ABOARD RFA AUSTIN

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More than 80 staff from Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service took part in a major incident training exercise aboard the Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessel RFA Fort Austin, yesterday – the first for 18 months due to coronavirus. Part of an initiative between Cammell Laird and Merseyside Fire & Rescue… Continue reading