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Webinar: Building a resilient supply chain

EY Ireland’s webinar this week focussed on the impact of the Covid 19 crisis on supply chains but also make the point that there were changes prior to this due…

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Business

The State of Online Reputation Management 2020

With most of the working world now doing so remotely, a company’s online reputation is more crucial than ever. Linus Gregoriadis, Director of London Research, and Phil Capper, of Reputation.com, explore…

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Aviation News

Autonomous mobility transport vehicles trialled at JFK Airport

John F. Kennedy International Airport has hosted a trial of state-of-the-art, fully autonomous mobility vehicles, which work to help passengers with reduced mobility (PRMs) navigate the airport terminal freely and…

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Aviation News

Dublin Airport Celebrates 80 Years Connecting Ireland To The World

Dublin Airport is celebrated its eightieth birthday this Sunday, January 19, 2020. About 580 million passengers have been welcomed at Dublin Airport since the first commercial flight, an Aer Lingus…

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Features

Plans unveiled for 2021 rail motorway from the port of Cherbourg to Bayonne-Mouguerre

As hauliers and transport operators seek ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants, Brittany Ferries has outlined plans to diversify its portfolio. It has announced plans for an…

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Last Mile Logistics

What Is Last Mile Logistics & Why Are More Shippers Looking at This Transportation Function?

Last mile logistics is among the most misunderstood parts of transportation networks. On the surface, last mile may not seem very important, but it can make up 28 percent of…

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News

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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News

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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News

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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News

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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Logistics

New Logistics Connection From Belfast To Mainland Europe

A major UK logistics provider recently announced a major expansion into Northern Ireland through a Belfast-base daily freight service which will local business with mainland Europe. Europa Road will provide…

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News

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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News

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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News

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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