Union leaders are clinging to hope troubled fabrication firm BiFab can still be saved – although they have warned that the clock is ticking down towards closure.
A dramatic shift in government policy is required if Scotland’s renewables sector is to have any future, it is claimed.
November 18, 2017.
Union leaders at the closure-threatened BiFab facilities have called for a new push to save the yards in Fife and Arnish.
Engineering firm BiFab has notified staff and the Scottish Government of the potential for redundancies.
Fife energy services group BiFab is to continue its search for new marine engineering contracts as it handed out hundreds of redundancy notices to workers today.
Jobs look set to go at the BiFab marine engineering yard in Burntisland, Fife, with the site possibly closing by the end of June.
Hundreds of workers at BiFab marine engineering yards are to be made redundant, union leaders have said.
Staff at the BiFab marine engineering yards in Fife will be handed redundancy notices on Tuesday.
Political will must translate into action to prevent job losses at one of Fife’s biggest employers, a local MSP has said.