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.
Friends of a young father who died suddenly earlier this year took to the pitch at Stark’s Park for a match in his memory.
The threat of redundancy is still looming over hundreds of BiFab workers, despite a buyout by a Canadian company.
Troubled engineering firm BiFab has been bought over by a Canadian company in a move which could save hundreds of Fife jobs.
After months of being cast adrift on the tide, BiFab finally has shelter from the financial storm.
Closure-threatened Fife fabricator BiFab has been saved after a takeover by Canadian industrial services group DF Barnes.
A commitment to award a contract for two turbines in the Firth of Forth to troubled firm BiFab has been hailed as great news for Fife workers.