Cammell Laird Recruits 20 New Apprentices
“But there is a skills gap on Merseyside and in the maritime industry. We cannot find all the people and skills we need so we are having to invest into training the next generation hence why we really want schools to get behind the job opportunities here. We have shown by building the RRS Sir David Attenborough that Cammell Laird is back in the ‘premier league’ of shipbuilding, building iconic world-famous ships. And the new group of apprentices were able to board the new polar ship for the recent Royal ship naming with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge which sent a very strong message
Houlder Recruits Walker for Marine Assurance Business
provider of technical advice. Known for its team members high levels of competence and deep knowledge of Class Rules and regulations, Houlder is now involved in many of the UK major shipbuilding projects. Recent examples include high-profile projects such as the new Royal Research Ship (RRS) Sir David Attenborough, CMAL’s MV Glen Sannox LNG Dual Fuel Ferry and Wightlink’s new G Class Ferry. It is also providing a range of advisory services to the UK Ministry of Defence’s current new build programs.
Cammell Laird Employee Celebrates 60 Years in Ship Repair
ship repair projects worth circa £100 billion ($129.2 billion) in today’s currency. According to Cammell Laird, Clark also is credited for helping to secure one of the biggest shipbuilding projects in the U.K. for a generation, the £150 million ($193.8 million) Sir David Attenborough polar research vessel, currently under construction at the site in Birkenhead. Clark celebrated the landmark achievement at a surprise party at Cammell Laird attended by friends, colleagues and senior members from across the UK maritime community. Cammell Laird chief