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12th June 2024
On 6 June 2024, FIATA President, Turgut Erkeskin, attended the World Road Transport Organisation (IRU) General Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland, which gathered key players from the international road transport sector to discuss the industry's future.
11th June 2024
WEC Lines is excited to announce that as from 29 June 2024, the company will launch a direct, weekly service with short transit times connecting Portugal and Spain with Ireland and the United Kingdom in one seamless, fully controlled operation.
10th June 2024
Revenue Customs issued a new eCustoms Helpdesk Notification on Friday 7th June 2024. Noficiation 15/2024 – Eircode/Postcode required for EORI registrations follows a compliance review conducted by Revenue.
3rd June 2024
Starting from 3 June 2024, the European Union’s customs pre-arrival safety and security system – Import Control System 2 (ICS2) – enters into the next phase of implementation.
31st May 2024
The graduation for the Introduction to Freight Forwarding course took place on Tuesday, 28th May 2024, with a number of students in attendance from across the groups in the 2023-2024 academic year.
30th May 2024
At the 2024 Annual General Meeting for the Irish International Freight Association, held on 30th May 2024, Dayna Thackrah, of IIFA Full Trading Member RHENUS Air & Ocean Ltd., was presented with a trophy as the winner of the inaugural Young Irish Freight Forwarder of the Year Award (YIFFYA).
30th May 2024
Woodland Group Ireland becomes official logistics supplier to Team Ireland with the agreement spanning both Paris 2024 and L.A. 2028 Games.
16th May 2024
Global and European trade associations representing shippers, forwarders and vessel operators have issued an urgent alert to all businesses involved in the movement of goods into or via the European Union, Norway, Switzerland or Northern Ireland, by sea, road or rail to be ready for the new Import Control System (ICS2) that will start to be introduced from June this year.
9th May 2024
Dublin Port Company (DPC) has today announced an update on its 3FM Project. The changes proposed are a direct result of an extensive consultation process and a consideration of alternative options – a key requirement of the planning process. The changes outlined below will describe a material enhancement of lands allocated to public realm, more efficient location of lands to the district heating scheme and directly address concerns expressed about the perceived visual and noise impact of DPC
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IIFA is the longest serving Representative body and official voice of Freight Forwarding service provider industry* in Ireland. Established in 1962, it has 120 members nationwide who between them employ more than 3,000 people and handle more than 90% of Ireland’s €148 billion international merchandise trade. Member companies range from homegrown Irish businesses in operation for over 40 years, to leading Multinationals.

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