Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has told those behind plans for a huge offshore windfarm off the coast of Scotland they should look no further than BiFab when it comes to awarding work.
Trade unions have expressed renewed optimism over the future of the troubled BiFab yards, despite the loss of hundreds of jobs.
The new owners of crisis-hit BiFab have been urged to reveal their plans to bring work back to the yards Burntisland, Methil and Arnish.
Union leaders are bound for Canada for a showdown with the new owners of Fife fabrication group BiFab.
Further redundancies at the BiFab yards in Fife and Lewis have been confirmed in what was described as a “dark day” for the Scottish economy.
Union leaders representing the last remaining workers at Fife fabricator BiFab have hit out at "jam tomorrow" promises made by the group's new owner.
A charity’s opposition to offshore wind farms has helped put BiFab on the brink of collapse, a union has claimed.
Nicola Sturgeon hinted that work from a huge offshore wind farm off the Fife coast could save BiFab.
BiFab workers were kept in the dark about losing their jobs until just a few hours before they were handed redundancy notices, according to a source close to the yards.
Union leaders have vowed to continue the battle for BiFab, despite a shock round of redundancies announced today.