Category: Carrickfergus

Referency Library – Northern Ireland – County Antrim – Carrickfergus

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An Open Irish-UK Border is Paramount to Freight Transport and Road Haulage Interests

Logistics Representatives Meet Politicians to Discuss Brexit Options IRELAND – UK – The Freight Transport Association Ireland (FTAI[1]) and its opposite number in the UK, the FTA[2], may be distinctly separate entities, representing as they do exclusiv…

Freight Association welcome A6 dualling

The appointment of a consortium to dual the A6 Derry to Dungiven has been welcomed by the Freight Transport Association.
Seamus Leheny from the Association, which the leading body representing the logistics industry, said the £220m project will provid…

Welcome news of progress on the upgrade of A6 road to the NW

At the Freight Transport Association (FTA), the leading body representing the logistics industry, we welcomed yesterday’s appointment of a consortium to deliver the A6 dual carriageway scheme between Londonderry and Dungiven.
This is one of the last S…

Milestones on the road to Brexit

Here are the key milestones expected as Britain leaves the European Union:
March – Official level talks continue in Brussels – including on the issue of the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic.

April – The EU (Withdrawal) Bill, trans…

News in Brief (08/01/2017)

With news on: A14 work for Mick George; LeedsBID and Forge team up; REPIC launches animation; RiverRidge takes delivery; and Amey receives diversity award.
Mick George secures more work on A14
Cambridgeshire-based Mick George Ltd has won a further £1mi…

Pamela Dennison appointed by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport NI

County Antrim businesswoman, Pamela Dennison, has taken on the role of National Regional Officer for the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) in Northern Ireland. Although the remit for this new role is broad, Pamela will primarily be …