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FTA Ireland Launches Manager’s Guide to Distribution Costs 2021

The average pay for commercial vehicle drivers increased by 13.4% in the first half of 2021 as a result of supply and demand pressures for skilled workers during the Covid-19…

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Business

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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Logistics

Irish Ports Host Inaugural Irish Port Safety Week

The Port authorities of Ireland joined together through the Irish Ports Safety Forum to host the first Irish Port Safety Week from November 1st to 5th 2021. The ports came…

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Logistics

Container Availability and Stuffing in the Time of Covid-19

During these times of unprecedented supply chain disruptions, container availability and stuffing in the time of Covid-19 has become a topical subject of discussion. However, the nature of the container…

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Business

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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Business

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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Financial

Dublin Port Publishes Infrastructure Charges Pricing Strategy 2022-2026

Dublin Port Company (DPC) has published a new Pricing Strategy, which provides for increases in port infrastructure charges over the five-year period from 2022 to 2026, in accordance with national…

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Business

Driver Shortage Challenges Ireland’s Supply Chain

There is no easy solution to the ‘driver skills shortage’ and it currently poses a clear and present danger to the efficacy of the Irish supply chain. There are a myriad of…

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Business

Food Shortages Will End When Workers are Paid More, Say HGV Drivers

McDonalds has run out of milkshakes, Nando’s and KFC are struggling to stock enough chicken and the Co-op says it faces the worst food shortages in memory. These food shortages will…

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Business

Green Trucking Trend Picks Up Speed

Momentum to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions produced by trucks — the backbone of logistics and supply chains— will continue to grow as green trucking trend picks up speed. Pressure…

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Business

Final Call for Dublin Port Scholarship Applications

The final call for Dublin Port Scholarship Applications has been made with the closing date being the 27th of August. Dublin Port Company recognises its role in the local communities…

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Business

Uses of Mezzanine Floors in Ecommerce Warehouses

Mezzanine floors are semi-permanent floor systems typically installed within buildings, built between two permanent original stories and can be used in ecommerce warehouses to create space. These structures are usually free…

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Business

Why AI is a First Responder for Overloaded Crews in Shipping’s Toughest Era Yet

AI can be the first responder for overloaded crews in shipping’s toughest era yet. Communities around the world are reeling in the wake of a global pandemic right now –…

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Business

Can Electric Vans Keep Up with the Pressuring Demands of Online Shopping?

The courier sector is currently experiencing two major consumer demands – an ever-increasing expectation for rapid delivery times of online shopping, and a growing concern for greener methods such as…

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