Rosyth dockyard could be in line for a multi-million-pound investment in the wake of a contract to build new Royal Naval frigates.
Rosyth dockyard is celebrating a massive jobs boost after Babcock won the race to build a new generation of Royal Navy frigates.
Engineering giant Babcock has been named the preferred bidder for the £1.3 billion contract to build a new fleet of Royal Navy frigates.
Babcock’s Fife engineering base has won a major contract to carry out upgrades to an offshore mining vessel.
One of the UK’s largest aircraft carriers has sailed down the Firth of Forth after leaving its dry dock in Rosyth.
Fife workers are "good to go" to deliver new contracts at Rosyth's shipbuilding yards.
Two locations in Rosyth are in the running to host an offside construction centre to help deliver Heathrow’s third runway.
Babcock’s Rosyth workforce has completed work to refit the minehunter HMS Penzance.
Fife has been dealt another jobs blow with the announcement of a further 150 redundancies at Rosyth dockyard.
Rosyth dockyard has won a £5 million contract to carry out maintenance work on HMS Queen Elizabeth.