Environmental

5 Ideas to Improve Public Transport in Ireland

Improving the public transport system in Ireland has been a constant challenge for Governments over the years and it is a problem that needs to improve. Here are five ideas to…

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Aviation News

Boeing Lists its ESG Progress and Goals

Boeing Co. issued its first ‘Sustainability Report’, documenting its progress in a range of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) accomplishments during the past year, in line with global sustainability standards;…

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Business

Manufacturing Behind Other Sectors in Diversity, and it’s Hurting Innovation

In October 2020, Sandvik Coromant’s first female president, Nadine Crauwels, was inducted into the Women in Manufacturing Hall of Fame, which recognizes women who have made exceptional contributions to the…

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Logistics

Road Safety, Skills and Decarbonisation Key for Irish Logistics

Improving road safety, overcoming the skills shortage, and decarbonising operations are all key to protect the nation’s supply chains and to future-proof the Irish logistics industry, according to FTAI Ireland…

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Climate Change

Decarbonising the Logistics Economy – Difficult But Possible

Logistics has a vital role in the economy, and decarbonising the logistics economy is crucial in fighting climate change. Some concerns have to do with environmental improvements damaging logistics economic…

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Business

Ireland Says No Renegotiation on Protocol as UK Warns of Action

Ireland’s Europe minister, Thomas Byrne, said “there can be no renegotiation of the Ireland UK protocol”. The UK is expected to tell the EU that it will take unilateral action…

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Aviation News

€23m in Covid-19 Funding for Irish Airports

Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Naughton T.D, announced the provision of over €23 million in direct Exchequer Covid-19 funding to the Irish airports of Dublin, Cork,…

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Environmental

NTA Signs Framework Agreement For Up To 200 Fully Electric Buses

The National Transport Authority (NTA) and Alexander Dennis Limited (ADL) have signed a framework agreement for the delivery of up to 200 zero emission battery-electric buses. An initial order for 45 buses commencing…

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Logistics

Brexit Ripples Continue to Spread Through Shipping Routes

When Brexit became a reality on January 1st, 2021, it was clear that the network of scheduled freight shipping routes and services linking Irish Ports with British and Continental European…

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Uncategorized

5 Considerations for Sustainable Manufacturing Excellence

Executing a sustainable manufacturing excellence strategy, by any name, is a major challenge for leadership. Here are a few examples of why it is so hard to build a sustainable…

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Environmental

New Hydrogen Buses for Initial Use on Commuter Route 105X

Source: Council Journal 

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Aviation News

€10 million Investment in Cork Airport Runway Reconstruction Announced

Cork Airport has awarded the main reconstruction contract for the rebuilding of the airport’s main runway to Colas Limited, part of the International Colas Group, a leader in the field…

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Business

Smart Factories Need Smart Power

Understanding the transformative potential of Industry 4.0 requires examining a number of technological advancements that have been underway for some time as smart factories need smart power. From artificial intelligence…

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News

Bus Éireann Launch ‘Fill a Bus for Meals on Wheels’ Arklow Appeal

Bus Éireann, Ireland’s national bus company is joining with Meals on Wheels Arklow appealing for contributions for the vulnerable, elderly, people living alone and young families in the area. On…

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