Focus On: Unsung heroes of the logistics lifeline
The sector has remained resilient in spite of the battering from Brexit and the pandemic, and now it must look to harness new opportunities arising
Ireland as an island nation on the periphery of the EU relies on all modes of transport for an effective and efficient supply chain, said general manager of Freight Transport Association Ireland (FTA), Aidan Flynn.
“Sufficient global connectivity through maritime and aviation (air cargo) connectivity is essential. The impact of Covid-19 on the tourism sector has had a direct impact on our global supply chain connectivity where 75 per cent of air cargo comes into...
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