Drogheda Port

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In a judgment last month, Mr Justice Denis McDonald rejected Arklow’s case saying it had failed to establish causation for the accident. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has formally dismissed an action by one of the country’s largest cargo shipping companies over an accident in which one of its vessels (...)

The Sunday Times reports Cushman & Wakefield, recently sent estate agents a request for 13,935 sq m of long-term office space in Dublin. Photograph: iStock

Chinese social media giant Tiktok plans to add 1,500 workers to the 2,000 it will already employ in the Republic, says the Sunday Times. The newspape(...)

The Co Louth-based freight-forwarding business employs nine people. Credit: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The High Court has appointed a provisional liquidator to a shipping company which claims it has become “hopelessly insolvent” due to apparent fraud by(...)

The High Court. Arklow Shipping claims it cannot operate in any port without reliable information about depth, readings of which it says should be taken on a daily basis. Photograph: iStock

A pilot boat captain in Drogheda harbour told the High Court “we all underestimated” the underwater clearance a cement-laden ship needed before it ran(...)

Arklow Shipping Group has taken the High Court action against Drogheda Port Company claiming €1.4 million over losses and damage to a cement-laden ship on December 13th, 2018. Photograph: iStock

The harbour master of Drogheda Port has told the High Court it was not his role to advise what depth a cement-laden ship should have been loaded to be(...)

Lorries were backed up for three miles on the A20 outside Dove, after Calais suffered 10-mile tailbacks as well. File photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP via Getty Images

UK supermarkets are this weekend stockpiling food and other goods after being told by ministers that a no-deal Brexit is on the cards, according to th(...)

The MV Shingle, which was seized in June 2014 at Drogheda Port in Co Louth, along with 32 million cigarettes and 4,000kg of tobacco.

A ship seized four years ago with illegal cigarettes and tobacco has cost the Revenue Commissioners €410,000 and they cannot sell it because it contai(...)

Sean Gallagher: Nutriband’s new president was an investor on the RTÉ series Dragons’ Den

The former Irish presidential candidate Sean Gallagher has been appointed president of the US pharmaceutical firm Nutriband. The company markets tra(...)

The Mill Enterprise Centre: within a few months of opening, it was home to 15 companies in sectors from gaming and social media to financial services and engineering and was rapidly running out of space.

In May 2014 the doors opened at The Mill, Drogheda’s purpose-built enterprise centre on the Newtown Link Road. What makes it somewhat different to oth(...)

The Dublin Port Company’s opposition to plans for housing on the Poolbeg peninsula, on the basis that at least some of the land may be required for es(...)

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