Fitting the fleet: Rubb & A&P Falmouth’s 13-year history
Discover Rubb’s long history with four Royal Fleet Auxiliary Bay-class vessels.
RDS adapts to COVID-19 testing and social distancing facilities
The durable and easily adaptable nature of the RDS has proven popular across many of Rubb’s sectors.
Belfast Harbour announces £254m expansion
Northern Ireland’s Belfast Harbour has revealed plans to invest £254m in building and upgrading its marine and estate infrastructure.
Dutch port storage in question for no-deal Brexit
As Brexit’s deadline approaches, Dutch ports do not have enough customs officers, inspection points, or space to cope with a no-deal exit.
Clean Maritime Plan reduces emissions, increases storage needs
The UK government has announced plans for all ships ordered from 2025 to include zero-emission technology.
Royal makeover for 28-year-old storage building at Princess Yachts’ HQ
Rubb UK returned to Plymouth to support Princess Yachts with a Royal makeover of their 28-year-old Rubb NV storage building
Rubb ships out to Australia to dismantle marine building
Rubb headed Down Under to dismantle the 15m span x 18m long Rubb NV structure from HMAS Choules
PRESS: New building range from Rubb has lift off
Rubb in the press
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New building range from Rubb has lift off
Harland and Wolff Crane Liftable building
Rubb was tasked with designing, manufacturing & erecting two crane liftable buildings to cover offshore pile clusters.