Minister of State for Universities and Science, Jo Johnson announced today that the preferred bidder to build a new polar research vessel is Birkenhead based ship builders Cammell Laird. He said this would create 500 jobs in Merseyside:
Jo Johnson announced today that the preferred bidder to build a new polar research vessel is Birkenhead based ship builders Cammell Laird.Read the full story ›
The Merseyside ship builders beat off global competition to became the preferred bidders for the £200 million pound projectRead the full story ›
A former shipyard worker from Aintree jailed after an industrial dispute thirty years ago is taking his fight to clear his name to the European Parliament.
Eddie Marnell is one of 37 men arrested at Cammell Laird in Birkenhead during a strike over redundancies in 1984.
Cammell Laird is now an entirely different company under different management.
But Eddie has won the right to have his petition considered in Brussels.
Daniel Hewitt reports.
Just eleven years ago the future of Cammell Laird in Birkenhead looked bleak but new owners have breathed new life into the ship yard.
This afternoon they completed the first phase of a multi-million pound contract to build part of the UK's biggest ever warship.
Merseyside Correspondent Andy Bonner reports.
Huge flight decks for HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH aircraft carriers have left Merseyside engineering firm Cammell Laird.Read the full story ›
Part of the country's biggest-ever warship will float down the River Mersey this afternoon.
Five blocks of the new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth have been built at the Cammell Laird ship yard in Birkenhead.
They will be moved on a massive barge to Scotland, where they will be pieced together.Project manager John Drummond is pleased the first phase of the two year project has been completed on time.