Business

Dublin Port Post 2040 Dialogue

The following is taken from a Dublin Port press release on the 31.03.21 Dublin Port is the country’s largest and most important port and is being developed to its ultimate capacity…

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Business

The Impact of The Suez Canal Blockage on Ecommerce

The Suez Canal blockage, from 23 until 29 March, doesn’t just affect the Egyptian economy or the global shipping industry. Around 12 percent of global trade passed through the canal,…

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Lifestyle

NTA Allocates Over €70m In New Funding To Rural Councils For Active Cycling And Walking Infrastructure

New Rural Active Travel Investment Programme Distributes over €70 Million in year one of a five-year plan. The National Transport Authority and Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan have today announced…

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Business

CLdN to double frequency from Santander to Dublin and Liverpool thanks to the reintroduction of a triangular service

The Kawasaki Class VICTORINE and sister ship CLEMENTINE will offer twice weekly calls in Liverpool and Dublin from Santander. © J.J. JAGER CLdN is further increasing its direct Ireland-Continent service,…

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Company Profiles

New NCTS Centre to open in Tuam, Galway

The New two-lane centre will have capacity to inspect over 20,000 vehicles annually. Over time it will create an additional 12 jobs for the Tuam area. The National Car Testing…

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Lifestyle

Over half of fleet drivers have experienced decline in mental health

Alphabet (GB) earlier this month launched its Driver MOT Guide; a mental health resource to help fleet managers prioritise and check their drivers’ wellbeing, as well as their vehicles, and…

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News

Suez Canal blocked by giant container ship run aground

Traffic along one of the world’s most important trade routes has come to a standstill as tugboats and excavation trucks do their best to dislodge the 400-meter vessel. The Suez…

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Environmental

Lidl NI and McCulla launch new fully green transport fleet

Pictured with one of the new trucks are Conor Boyle, Regional Director of Lidl Northern Ireland and Ashley McCulla, Chairman of McCulla Transport Lidl Northern Ireland has become the first…

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Climate Change

Are Carbon Capture Ships The Future?

The views expressed are not necessarily those of Linkline Journal  The shipping industry, together with engine manufacturers and oil companies are actively pursuing new technologies to reach the environmental goals…

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Lifestyle

Dublin Port Fest 2021

  See here to register: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/dublin-port-fest-2021-tickets-141816401675   *Dublin Port Fest will be divided into five sessions. Further information on each of the sessions is available below. You must register separately for…

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Aviation News

Opinion: How Aviation Can Rise To The Climate Change Challenge

The views expressed are not necessarily those of Linkline Journal  Aviation is one of the most amazing displays of advancement in the history of humanity. Beyond its fundamental role in…

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Environmental

Alternatively-Fuelled Heavy-Duty Vehicle (AFHDV) Purchase Grant

To promote the decarbonisation of the heavy duty sector and to assist road transport companies to transition from fossil fuels, the Department of Transport has launched a new Alternatively-Fuelled Heavy-Duty…

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Business

Fighting supply-chain cyber attacks

What mindset shift is required to keep your data safe? Over the past year, we have seen major geopolitical changes driven by the impact of COVID-19, forcing Organisations to strengthen…

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Climate Change

Containers well-placed to spearhead shipping decarbonisation: Maersk

Container shipping, with its direct exposure to retailers and consumers, should lead the maritime industry’s journey to a zero-carbon future, Morten Bo Christiansen, head of decarbonisation at A.P. Moller-Maersk ,…

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