BAE Systems Barrow Shipyard Shakeup

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

According to a report from the North-West Evening Mail, the Barrow Shipyard is heading for a shakeup which will see it rejoined with BAE’s surface shipbuilding yards. The report said that Alan Johnston, the managing director of BAE Surface Ships, revealed the changes during a lecture on Future Surface Ships at The Forum in Barrow on Oct. 28.

(Source: North-West Evening Mail)

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