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Dublin Port Volumes Recover Strongly in First Half of 2022 With Growth of 10%

Dublin Port has reported trading figures for the first half of 2022. Overall port volumes for the first six months of the year grew by +10.1% to 18.6 million gross tonnes and…

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To Manage Supply Chain Disruptions Manufacturers Accelerate Procurement

To manage supply chain disruptions in 2022 and beyond, manufacturers are working to accelerate digitisation initiatives, according to a survey by Ivalua.   Nearly all executives surveyed (97%) point to significant…

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6 Things to Consider About Automating Machines

Computer numerical control, CNC, has been used to program in turning machine as early as the 1940s and it continues to be a mainstay of manufacturing technology for automating machines….

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Dublin Port Company Announces Second Development at Dublin Inland Port

Dublin Port Company (DPC) has announced the development of a second empty container depot as part of the 22-hectare first stage development of Dublin Inland Port.  Dublin Inland Port is…

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CILT Ireland To Host EUROLOG 2022

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Ireland (CILT) is delighted to announce they will be hosting the EUROLOG 2022 conference on behalf of the European Logistics Association (ELA) in…

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Continued Growth Set for Rosslare Europort With Addition of New Route to Belgium

Activity at Rosslare Europort which has exploded post-Brexit is continuing in earnest with yet another new route set to be announced for the Wexford ferry port. Finnlines are now set to operate a twice…

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Irish Business Struggling With Renewed Supply Chain Issues

Irish business is once again having to restructure their supply chain, amid renewed disruption caused by the resurgence of Covid-19 in China, the Ukraine war and soaring fuel costs. Economists…

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RD&I in Sustainable Manufacturing

There is a global aim to become more sustainable across the entire spectrum of society, championed by developing a truly circular economy. Achieving this will require significant Research, Development, and…

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Weaning Manufacturers Off Fossil Fuels Requires Lowering Business Risk

One of the biggest leaps that manufacturers could take to drastically lower greenhouse gas emissions globally would be the complete decarbonisation of industry by replacing fossil fuels. But without finding…

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How Effective Is Your Safety Programme?

While it is essential to have a safety program, it’s critical to transform culture from contentment to involvement. Several factors influence the need for manufacturing organisations to incorporate a safety program within their…

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Supply Chain Execs Need to Have Resource Conservation Strategies

Chief Supply Chain Officers (CSCOs) should adopt resource conservation strategies to address both inflation and supply shortages, advises Gartner. Sarah Watt, senior director analyst with the Gartner Supply Chain practice, said,…

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New Pilot Boat DPC Dodder Arrives in Dublin Port

Dublin Port Company has taken delivery of a new Pilot Boat, named DPC Dodder. The state-of-the art vessel, which represents a significant investment to support the critical service performed by…

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As Drone Popularity Wanes, Delivery Robots Try to Take its Place

Despite years of hype, Amazon’s delivery robots business has yet to exit its testing phase. For close to a decade, Amazon has insisted that the future of its last-mile delivery…

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Run the Green Mile: Optimising First and Last Mile Delivery

The green consumerism trend is growing as consumer awareness towards combating natural resource degradation got a place on the global agenda, with first and last mile delivery important in this trend. When…

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