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Cammell Laird

Cammell Laird is planning to invest £100m in the development of a new dry dock at the Port of Liverpool, with the creation of hundreds of jobs.

Cammell Laird is planning to build a new office and warehouse at its Birkenhead-based offshore wind maintenance facility, with the creation of 45 jobs.

Cammell Laird is hoping to create up to 2,000 jobs at its Merseyside shipyard, depending on its success in winning new wind farm construction contracts this autumn.

Cammell Laird and RWE are expected to announce plans for the development of an offshore wind farm assembly operation in Birkenhead, which could create hundreds of jobs.

Cammell Laird is looking to create up to 400 new jobs at its shipyard in Birkenhead over the next three years, in order to work on a Royal Fleet Auxiliary contract.

Cammell Laird's receivers have sold the ship repair group to A&P for undisclosed terms, but there is unlikely to be an immediate reopening of the Tyneside and Birkenhead yards.

Cammell Laird is to receive £32m of government aid to help win a £344m contract to build two luxury cruise ships, which should create or secure 1,000 jobs at Birkenhead and Tyneside.

Cammell Laird is to create up to 300 short-term jobs on Tyneside having won a Ministry of Defence contract to refurbish the helicopter support ship Argus.

Cammell Laird has signed a contract worth up to £344m to build two cruise ships for a new company called Luxus, which will create work at yards on Tyneside, Teesside, Merseyside and Gosport if a government subsidy can be secured.

Cammell Laird is planning to raise £76m in a bond issue next month to fund the expansion of its ship repair business in the US and continental Europe.

Cammell Laird and Harland & Wolff are considering plans to launch a joint bid to build armed forces transport ships, in order to prevent the contracts going to foreign rivals.

Cammell Laird has won a £5m contract to build a ferry for Torghatten Trafikkselskap of Norway, which will secure 100 jobs at its yard on the Tyne.

Cammell Laird is acquiring ALB Holdings, the operator of four dry docks in the north-east, for £33m, in order to enable it to take on larger ship repair orders.