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Logistics deal for shipping firm

12th December, 2009

Dublin start-up Irish Global Logistics (IGL) has signed a partnership agreement with Graylaw Freight Group, a British-based shipper of small, mixed and palletised consignments to Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands.

IGL managing director Robert Dickinson described the deal as a ‘major coup’, and valued it at €1.5 million to the company in year one.

Graylaw, which ships up to ten trailers of goods per day to Ireland, operates several...

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