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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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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Business

Opinion: Brexit fallout: Dublin ‘winning’… but are we all losing?

The views expressed are not necessarily those of Linkline Journal but rather that of Ian Hall. This article first appeared on http://disruptionbanking.com on the 25/05/21 As day turned into night on…

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Business

EU countries back legal action against UK over post-Brexit grace period extension

EU member countries on Tuesday backed the European Commission’s proposal to take legal action against the U.K. over its decision to unilaterally extend the grace periods for Irish Sea border checks, diplomats…

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Business

Preparing for new UK Import Controls

Summary On 1 April, the UK will introduce new import controls on certain categories of EU goods, including plant and animal products. This will mean that, in addition to the…

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Features

Brexit: What is the Northern Ireland Protocol and will it stop border checks?

Tensions have been high at ports in Northern Ireland, with new checks causing disruption to some food supplies and online deliveries. The checks – which apply to some goods travelling…

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News

POST-BREXIT LANDING REQUIREMENTS FOR NON-EU FISHING VESSELS

Image courtesy of Geograph.ie  Fishing communities around Ireland with UK-registered (including Northern Ireland) fishing vessels or food business operators who deal with these vessels, are being urged to familiarise themselves…

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Business

10 Supply Chain Issues For Transport and Warehousing Operations

Fast and efficient supply chains are central to operations across all sectors. Their robustness has never been more tested than over the past year, due to the difficulties posed by…

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Logistics

CAN THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION DELIVER IN TIME TO PREVENT BORDER CHAOS?

Image courtesy of @Vulcan Insights  At a meeting via video conference on Thursday (28.01.2020), European Interior Ministers discussed, among other things, whether or not they could stop the latest wave…

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Last Mile Logistics

Port of Amsterdam welcomes new container service to Ireland

Photo credits: Samskip     Port of Amsterdam Press Release 18th Jan 2021: See Below:  ‘Samskip announced today that the company will start a new container service on the 25th…

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Logistics

Brexit: opening the back door

While Covid-19 and the new lockdown continues to dominate the headlines, the aftermath of TransEnd (still referred to as “Brexit” by many media sources) remains the non-story of the year….

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News

Revenue reminds Hauliers of Importance of PBN + usage of Customs Channel prior to Arrival

Irish Revenue Customs have issued reminders for Hauliers and Truck drivers moving goods to, from or through, Great Britain (GB) into Ireland by Ferry in relation to the following: Creating…

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Business

Supply Chain Management and Brexit Procedures Podcast with CILT’s CEO Mick Curran

Mick Curran has for the last three years been the CEO of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport. Prior to joining CILT, Mick spent 24 years as a member of the…

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Business

Are You Brexit Ready? Meet the Expert Online Event

PLEASE NOTE: Participants are limited to 3 meeting requests.Enterprise Europe Network, in conjunction with the Local Enterprise Offices in Ireland, is bringing Brexit experts direct to your screens with our first-ever virtual Meet the…

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