Leatrans launches new app taking drivers' communication “up to another level” Leatrans today launched a new feature-rich communication app for its valued fleet drivers. With this improved mode of communication, our transportation teams are even more empowered and supported by Fleet Logistics. One of Leatrans’ objectives with the introduction of the app was
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We are delighted to welcome Seamus Burke to the Leatrans team as our new Business Development Manager. We're excited to have someone with Seamus' experience and credentials on board to help continue to spread the Leatrans advantage across Europe. Seamus can be contacted on email@example.com
Leatrans International have signed a letter of intent with Volvo Trucks to purchase an all-electric truck. We are now in discussions with our customers to see if we can make this a reality. Leatrans International > Dependable solutions. Dedicated supports.
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Brexit: Shipping lines will set up new routes to Europe to meet demand, says State agency Importers and exporters urged to ‘trial’ direct routes to Continent Shipping companies will respond to “unanswered demand” for more direct ferry services to mainland Europe if Brexit congests the key UK “landbridge” route, the State’s maritime
UK government warns of possible queues of 7,000 lorries in the port of Dover, and two-day delays to cross to continental Europe. Irish hauliers say they will be “between a rock and a hard place” post-Brexit after the UK government’s warning of possible queues of 7,000 lorries in the port of Dover and two-day delays
Brexit Ready Irish businesses need to act now to ensure they are operationally fit for the end of the Brexit ‘transition period’ on 31 December 2020. What would a no-deal Brexit mean for the Irish logistics industry? What is apparent is that we should brace ourselves for a rocky start to next year. Challenges surrounding