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Russian One train, design of the future

The Russian One is a new commuter train that set to revolutionise the design of trains. Also called the R1, it has been developed by the Uraltransmash tram manufacturing subsidiary…

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Upcoming Events for CILT

CILT Technical Visit: Dublin Airport Control Room When: Monday 16th of February 2015 Where: Dublin Airport Control Room, Dublin Airport, Co. Dublin Time: 16.30-17.30hrs The Eastern Section of the Chartered…

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Think Tank recommends building a tunnel between Wales and Ireland

A think tank has recommended building a tunnel linking Wales and Ireland as part of major infrastructure improvements in Wales. The Channel Tunnel-like route would be of European significance and…

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DHL teams up with Scania

It has been announced that DHL has been given a three year contract to manage Scania’s aftermarket parts distribution using their Auto Alliance collaborative platform.  As a result of this…

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Russia’s Olympics- The logistical view

The Winter Olympics have officially begun in Sochi in Russia and so far the games have gone to plan.  The games will consist of 17 days of winter events and…

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National post code system contract has been signed

The Minister of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Pat Rabbitte has announced the signing of the contract for the Postcode Management Licence Holder (PMLH) with Capita Ireland.  It is an…

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Port of Galway set for expansion

The Galway Harbour Company has officially lodged planning application to expand the port. The aim with the new application is to dramatically expand the port at a cost in the…

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HGV’s could be banned from London streets

Irish hauliers who regularly operate routes in the United Kingdom will be eagerly anticipating the outcome of a decision on whether or not to ban HGV’s from roads in central…

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Ireland ships more foreign aid to devastated Philippines

Ireland has sent another 16 tonnes of relief supplies worth €120,000 to the Philippines as part of the Typhoon Haiyan relief effort according to the Minister for Trade and Development…

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Amazon strongly disputes claims made by Panorama

Amazon has strongly refuted the recent allegations made against the company by the BBC. The television station recently claimed in an episode of its Panorama programme that it is exploiting…

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TNT opens new facility in Qatar

The Dutch delivery company TNT Express has unveiled its brand new warehouse located in Doha, Qatar. The move to open a new facility in the country was a move taken…

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Lisbon port strikes could effect Irish hauliers

A series of planned strikes this month are set to cause havoc at ports in Lisbon. The industrial action by the Stevedores Union is set to run until the 27th…

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New logistics unit to open at Glasgow International Airport

A new cargo logistics unit is to open at Glasgow Airport. The new hub is to be sold by the UK fund manager Scottish Widows Investment Partnership’s Airport Industrial Property…

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Can Freight Transport clean up its act?

Each year the Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO), as part of its Short Sea shipping promotional activity in Ireland, runs a Conference which seeks to hit the currently burning topics….

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