Trade volumes between Dublin and Britain plunge since Brexit
The change in customs and food safety rules resulted in a dramatic shift in trade patterns through Ireland’s largest port in 2021
The volume of goods moving between Britain and Dublin has plunged since Brexit, according to new figures published today by Dublin Port.
In contrast, the volume of goods being shipped between Dublin and European ports has surged in the last 12 months as Irish exporters move away from using Great Britain as a “landbridge”.
The figures show the volume of cargo traded between Dublin and Britain fell by 22 per cent last year to just ...