Trade unions have mentioned they’re shocked that extra jobs are going at BiFab, after the corporate was taken over final month.
The GMB and Unite unions mentioned 35 of the remaining 43 core workers acquired redundancy notices on Friday.
Cash move issues introduced BiFab, which manufactures constructions for the offshore business, to the brink of administration final yr.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon welcomed the Canadian takeover of the yards in April however warned they’d nonetheless want to seek out new contracts.
Around 260 jobs are linked to the BiFab yards, with many employed as contractors.
Construction agency JV Driver is taking up BiFab by means of its subsidiary DF Barnes.
The basic secretaries of GMB and Unite Scotland, Gary Smith and Pat Rafferty, issued a joint assertion.
They mentioned: “The scale and pace of those redundancies was not anticipated.
“It signifies that some employees will likely be out of a job as early as two weeks time and most will likely be gone in three months.
“But the commerce unions won’t be discovered wanting and our battle for BiFab continues.
“We knew the highway forward can be exhausting and the necessity for brand new contracts is apparent however clearly a serious drawback has emerged by way of the long run prospects for recent work over the past fortnight.
“As a matter of urgency, we have to perceive what these issues are and whether or not they are often overcome within the brief time period.
“We are working now with the employer and the Scottish Government to realize this goal.”
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