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Custom designed vehicle loading bay supports growth and efficiency

Fabric building specialist Rubb has created a new hub for vehicle loading operations for Walkers Transport in just six weeks. more

Ireland's Darwinian Industry Challenge

Adaptability and change are inherently human characteristics. They are central to our success as a species, and they are central to grasping the opportunity presented by Industry 4.0 technologies in Ireland. But that doesn’t mean they come easily. more

Growth drive for Dublin freight firm celebrating 30th anniversary

Ireland’s largest indigenous freight firm is driving towards future growth as it celebrates 30 years in the logistics industry, after launching from a shared desk in a Dublin office. more

Essentra Components opens new Dublin office

Essentra Components, leading global manufacturer and supplier of essential components for electrical, mechanical and many other industries, recently opened a new sales office in Glasnevin Dublin. more

Industry 4.0 to fuel rapid robotic growth in Irish manufacturing

Industrial robot manufacturer predicts significant growth in Irish factory automation over the next 12 months.

A leading manufacturer of industrial robots and solutions for factory automation is ... more

Design solutions for building gardens in urban environments

Solutions for smart production

Building a garden in an urban environment can be particularly challenging: limited space, specific regulations, etc. Even though you only have a small patio within the city, you can build a garden ... more
At this year's SPS IPC Drives show, Mitsubishi Electric will present a variety of technologies for enabling digital transformation in manufacturing. As a solution partner for smart manufacturing, ... more

Northern Ireland Brexit clarity welcome but more must be done

The news that Northern Ireland’s (NI) commercial vehicle operators will have unrestricted access to the Republic of Ireland (ROI) in the event of a no-deal Brexit is a promising step forward, according to the Freight Transport Association (FTA), the business organisation which represents the logistics industry, but the lack of clarity on permits for British operators must be addressed to keep trade flowing freely to ROI. more

 
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