Monday September 28, 2020

Transdev could learn lessons from Irish Ferries

ICG has kept its head down and concentrated on strengthening the business

5th June, 2016
Irish Ferries could prove to be somewhat of a role model for Transdev Pic:

If the managers at Luas operator Transdev are looking for lessons in how to regain lost ground after a costly and disruptive strike, they could do worse than to look to Dublin Port for lessons.

Irish Ferries, a company with a troubled industrial relations past, has gone from strength to strength since the end of a bitter two-year industrial dispute that ended in 2006.

The announcement last week that its publicly quoted parent company Irish Continental...

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