Irish start-up prepares for US launch

Bags delivered for €34 door to door.

5th October, 2014
Adam Ewart, chief executive, Sendmybags. Picture: Pacemaker

Sendmybag, a business that promises to save travellers a fortune on excess baggage fees, went live in Ireland last week and has its sights set on the US market, its Bangor-born chief executive Adam Ewart said.

The company aims to transport 30,000 bags from here all over Europe over the next year. It is already up and running in Britain.

The service transports bags door to door for €34, a price it says is cheaper than...

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