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Aviation and the Environment: Steps to the right direction

Article written by Dublin City University Students of the BSc in Aviation Management and Piloting Studies Year 2 students as part of the module Sustainable Aviation and under the guidance…

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Logistics

Cork Port & Developing Ireland’s Most Advanced Container Terminal

Writing recently for the industry leading news site, The Maritime Executive , Brendan Keating, CEO of the Port of Cork wrote about challenges and opportunities of developing Ireland’s most advanced…

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New trams, rail cars and buses planned in €2.7bn transport budget

The Government will spend an extra €384 million on new trams, rail cars, roads and other measures to boost transport next year. Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohue, said he had…

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Interview

Ten Minutes With Brendan Keating, FCILT

Brendan Keating FCILT, CEO of Port of Cork talks to Linkline about his career, the opportunities facing the business, his pastimes and the best career advice he’s received. Could you…

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Business

CILT President Amongst Speakers Announced for FTAI Management Seminar 2019

Among the speaker panel at the Freight Transport Association Ireland’s (FTAI) annual Transport Manager Seminar at the Johnstown Estate Hotel, Enfield, County Meath on 5 March will be Tim Daly,…

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New University To Conduct Transport Based Brexit Research Project

Technical University Dublin (TU Dublin), Ireland’s first technological university, has compiled a multi-disciplinary applied research team to begin working on a project to assess potential post-Brexit implications for the logistics…

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Free Public Transport-Could It Work in Dublin?

With 114 free public transport systems in operation globally, most in European cities, how viable would it be to examine for Dublin? The first fare-free public transport system was set…

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LCV Sales Rise as HGV Registrations Decrease in 2018

Recently released official statistics by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) have shown that the total new Light Commercial Vehicle registrations (LCV), up to 3.5 tonnes GVW,were finalised…

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New Logistics Apprenticeships Launched By DIT

Dublin Institute of Technology recently launched Ireland’s first ever Logistics Apprenticeship aimed at addressing the skills gap in the industry while providing ‘earn as you learn’ opportunities to schools leavers…

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Features

Leadership for Women in Logistics

Recent studies have shown that the number of women in leadership roles is far less than that of their male counterpart. It also has shown that women in leadership roles…

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Dublin’s New Bus Corridors Project to Enhance Main Routes

A total of 16 core bus corridors will reduce travel times by up to half. On 12 June, as part of its €2 billion BusConnects Dublin programme, the National Transport…

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Major Redesign of Dublin Bus Network Will Transform Services In The Capital

A major redesign of the Dublin Bus network will see more frequent services, hence reducing waiting time and a move to a simplified two-fare system for all services across the…

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Electric Vehicle Owners Could Save Up To €500 With New Tolling Scheme

A new tolling incentive scheme could save electric vehicle owners up to €500 in toll savings per year, and up to €1,000 in savings for goods vehicles, Transport Minister Shane Ross…

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McArdle Skeath’s €20m Dublin Supply Chain Facilty Promises 100 Jobs

Supply chain management provider McArdle Skeath has opened its new €20 million temperature controlled storage facility in Hollystown, Dublin 15. The 12,500m2 supply chain facility is due to provide up to 100…

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