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Cherbourg Handles 100,000th Container From Ireland

Cherbourg Port has handled its 100,000th container travelling between Ireland and France, having multiplied its roll-on/roll-off traffic by a factor of three in a year and confirmed its position as market…

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Tesla Delivers Almost 1 Million Cars Globally

Tesla said Sunday it delivered nearly 1 million cars in 2021, almost twice as many as in the previous year, results that were better than expected despite global supply challenges. …

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Sustainability and Profitability Can Work Together

From the COVID-19 pandemic to port congestion, from rising energy prices to evolving government regulations and product shortages, there is no end in sight to the challenges businesses face. Can…

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The Five Focus Areas to Accelerate eMobility Growth

To build a sustainable world, organisations in every industry must change the way they work and look to accelerate eMobility growth. Legacy industries must evolve, and new industries must be…

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Launch of New Website to Help SMEs Decarbonise

The Tánaiste, and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar TD, and the Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan TD, have launched the government’s new website…

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Dublin Port Launches the 3FM Project for Poolbeg Peninsula

Dublin Port Company (DPC) has launched the 3FM Project, the third and final Masterplan project needed to complete the development of Dublin Port and bring it to its ultimate and final…

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Appointment of New Chairperson of the Board of Transport Infrastructure Ireland

The Minister for Transport, Eamon Ryan, T.D., has announced his intention to appoint Mr. Gareth Llewellyn as Chairperson of Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII). Mr. Llewellyn is expected to formally take…

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Bus Éireann Partners with We Care Letterkenny for Fill-A-Bus Food Appeal

Bus Éireann, Ireland’s national bus company, is partnering with local community organisation We Care Letterkenny Foodbank for a Fill-A-Bus food appeal this Friday, 19 November from 12-5pm at Letterkenny Bus…

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Does Lean Hinder Innovation?

Lean concepts and methods have a bit of a reputation for being “anti-innovation.” All the talk of standardisation tends to be off-putting to some who claim that the focus on…

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Bus Éireann Industrial Output Valued at €578m

A new report by the professional services firm, KPMG, on the industrial output of Bus Éireann has shown the positive impact the company and its services have on individuals and…

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How ‘Chronic Unease’ Drives Safety Success

The term “chronic unease” may sound like an undesirable medical diagnosis, but in reality it drives an attitude throughout an organisation’s workforce that is linked to successful safety outcomes in…

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3 Key Strategies to Build an Operationally Agile Supply Chain

The past year has made the challenges of the supply chain process even more stark, with the need to build an operationally agile supply chain more important than ever. Harvard Business…

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Irish-French Sea Connections Reach 44 With Dunkirk Terminal

Minister for European Affairs Thomas Byrne has inaugurated a new Irish terminal at the French ferry port of Dunkirk, with Irish-French sea connections rising from 12 before Brexit to 44…

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Budget 2022 to Help Transform How We Travel

Minister for Transport, Eamon Ryan TD, and Minister of State, Hildegarde Naughton TD, have welcomed the overall Budget 2022 allocation of €3.4 billion for travel next year for the Department…

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