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‘No deal’ Brexit could bring Ireland's supply chain to a halt, warns FTAI

‘No deal’ Brexit could bring Ireland's supply chain to a halt, warns FTAI

FTA Ireland (FTAI), one of the country's leading trade associations for logistics sector, is pressing negotiators to consider the impact of a potential "no deal" result for the ongoing Brexit negotiations, saying the outcome could bring Ireland's supply chain to a halt and cripple businesses across the country.

First BioLPG shipment arrives at Port of Immingham

First BioLPG shipment arrives at Port of Immingham

Energy firm Calor has become the first company to supply BioLPG to the UK’s transport and logistics market, with the first shipment now having arrived into the Port of Immingham

Are you up for the PEMA Student Challenge?

Are you up for the PEMA Student Challenge?

Students in the ports and terminals sector are being urged to enter the Port Equipment Manufacturers Association’s Student Challenge 2018 for a chance to win €1,000.

Red Funnel order £10 million freight ferry from Cammell Laird

Red Funnel order £10 million freight ferry from Cammell Laird

Isle of Wight ferry operator Red Funnel has placed a £10 million order for a new ro-ro freight ferry from UK shipbuilder Cammell Laird

University partnership helps Port of Dover cut queues and boost efficiency

University partnership helps Port of Dover cut queues and boost efficiency

A Knowledge Transfer Partnership between the University of Kent and the Dover Harbour Board has helped reduce traffic congestion, boost efficiency and cut costs at the Port of Dover.