Harland and Wolff Shipyard in Belfast went bankrupt
The shipyard that built the Titanic has financial problems and has been placed under administrative management. The problems of Harland and Wolff are the result of the bankruptcy of the Norwegian parent company of the British shipyard, Dolphin Drilling.
In the years of its splendour, the company employed up to 30 thousand people, and now employs about 130 employees, who specialize in energy projects and marine engineering.
According to the employees, the best solution for the company is nationalisation.