News Archive


25.01.2017

Ferguson Marine Engineering becomes key member of Global Project SHIPLYS

Ferguson Marine Engineering has recently become a key member of a three-year project called SHIPLYS (Ship Life Cycle Software Solutions). The Horizon 2020 funded project is coordinated by TWI (The Welding Institute) and brings together 12 leading maritime organisations from around Europe. The project is in response to needs of SME naval architects, shipbuilders and ship-owners, who in order to survive in the world market require to: ·Improve their capability to reduce the time and costs of design and production ·Develop the ability to reliably produce better ship concepts through virtual prototyping ·Meet the increasing requirements for LCCA (Life Cycle Cost Analysis),...  Read More


22.11.2016

Ferguson Marine Engineering scoops top award

Ferguson Marine Engineering (FME), a Clyde Blowers Capital company, have been named as SME Employer of the Year at the 2016 Scottish Apprenticeships Awards. The event, held at the National Museum of Scotland and hosted by Skills Development Scotland, celebrated the best of Scottish businesses and, in particular, companies which continue to support and nurture apprenticeship talent throughout Scotland. The award comes at an exciting time for the Clyde-based shipyard as they have recently pledged to employ 150 apprentices by 2020 which represents a significant move in investing in young Scottish talent. Kelly O’Rourke, Head of Human Resources at FME, commented: “'With an aging...  Read More


12.10.2016

Ferguson Marine delivers first vessel ahead of schedule

Ferguson Marine Engineering Ltd. (FMEL) are very pleased to announce that on 16th September 2016, they have delivered “MV Catriona” to Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd. (CMAL), 6 weeks ahead of schedule. The delivered vessel is the 3rd in class roll-on roll-off ferry and the previous two sister vessels were also built in the same yard in Port Glasgow. The vessel is equipped with the latest technology in low-carbon diesel electric and lithium ion battery propulsion, is 43.5m long and 12.2m wide and accommodates 150 passengers and 23 cars or 2 HGVs. Liam Campbell, Managing Director of FMEL , said: “We started this project in September 2014 and at that time, we had around 70 people in a...  Read More


06.07.2016

Ferguson Marine are recruiting: Marine Design Engineer

Ferguson Marine has an excellent opportunity for a Marine Design Engineer to join our team. Reporting to the Senior Design Manager, you will be responsible for the design and engineering of ships piping and mechanical systems, machinery and installations.  You will align, collaborate, and provide expertise and technical information to Customers, Company Depts. and third parties (subcontractors, suppliers). Responsibilities will also include ensuring that deliverables comply with project requirements (specs, budget, time) and applicable law and regulations. A detailed description of key responsibilities can be provided on request. You will have an evidenced and recent background within the...  Read More


13.06.2016

TWO TOP BUSINESS AWARDS

After an intense 18 months of redevelopment and investment, Ferguson Marine are delighted to have come away from the Greenock Chamber of Commerce 2016 Bees Knees Annual Business awards with two prestigious awards. EXCELLENCE IN SKILLS AND LEARNING Very little could make a more positive statement about our plans for building for the future, than to pick up the Bees Knees Award for Excellence and Skills in Learning. Receiving the award on behalf of the company was Group Head of HR, Kelly O’Rourke who was ably assisted by Engineering Apprentices Louise Larkin and Reece Williamson.  Pictured are Audrey Cumberford, Principal and Chief Executive of West College Scotland, who presented the...  Read More


29.02.2016

150 new apprentices at shipyard

Ferguson Marine Engineering Limited, which was saved from closure two years ago by Clyde Blowers Capital, is set to take on 150 new apprentices. The jobs boost marks the start of Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2016. The announcement was made by Roseanna Cunningham, Cabinet Secretary for Fair Work and the 150 new apprentices will form part of the overall growth strategy of the Inverclyde-based company which is renowned for its shipbuilding and for delivering engineering services across a range of industry sectors.  Ms Cunningham said: “Employing modern apprentices is helping to create a dynamic and experienced workforce to help Scotland’s industries thrive. This announcement of...  Read More


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