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Paul Grant, Stena Line trade director, Irish Sea, said the company found recent booking trends encouraging. Photograph: Stena Line

Shipping company Stena Line plans to launch a temporary ferry service between Belfast and Holyhead in Wales later this month to cash in on growing dem(...)

Radoslav Radev and his healthcare load from Belgium was refused entry to Holyhead Port because of inadequate, post-Brexit papers. Photograph: Peter Murtagh/The Irish Times

Radoslav Radev cut a lonely figure as he stood by the freight check-in cabin for the Stena Line ferry to Dublin, handed in his papers and waited. Aft(...)

The Stena Foreteller    will offer an additional 3,000 lane metres of freight capacity per trip and can accommodate both accompanied and unaccompanied traffic.

Ferry operator Stena is to fast-track the addition of a new vessel on its Rosslare and Cherbourg route in a bid to ease the backlog in freight deliver(...)

Food shortages, tailbacks and congested ports at Holyhead. Photograph: Paul Ellis/AFP

Irish-bound lorries are facing seven-kilometre tailbacks into Holyhead as Brexit stockpiling, weather delays and the loss of a ferry to a Covid-19 out(...)

Stena Line ferries cross the Irish Sea more than 250 times a week

The largest ferry company operating on the Irish Sea has urged the EU to introduce a six-month “implementation phase” for post-Brexit customs because (...)

Concerns have been raised about ‘the whole traffic management’ in the port and how State authorities were only now testing how the traffic would flow through the system less than 50 days until the end of the transition period when post-Brexit border checks come into effect. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins

One of the largest Irish Sea ferry companies has criticised Dublin Port’s Brexit border checks and request for daily timetable changes saying that con(...)

Volumes of freight have declined in recent weeks in line with coronavirus restrictions in Ireland,  Britain and Europe. Photograph: Getty Images

A key supply line between the Republic and Britain has been disrupted by the impounding of the P&O vessel Norbay by port authorities in Liverpool (...)

Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Ccouncil needs to undertake about €10 million in ‘immediate works’ with priority to be given to ‘works which impact on health and safety’, particularly €1.6 million needed to fix the East Pier damaged during storm Emma last year. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

No Government funding has been provided to Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council to cover almost €40 million in debts from the town’s defunct harbour (...)

Dún Laoghaire rooftop view

It’s our oldest commuter town, a major port – and a planning mess. Poor little rich suburb “I was surprised when I started spending more time ar(...)

Glenn Carr, general manager of the Rosslare Europort

Nobody would have expected a set of virtual traffic lights at Tuskar Rock, the outcrop 11km off the southeast coast of Wexford, but in a no-deal Brexi(...)

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