The Stena Estrid ferry in Dublin Port. Overall freight volumes passing through the port fell by 5 per cent as freight unit volumes with Britain declined by 214,000, while volumes with mainland EU ports rose by 158,000. Photograph: Paul Faith/Getty Images

Brexit has spelled the end of the British “landbridge” transit route, Dublin Port chief executive Eamonn O’Reilly has said, as new figures show a dram(...)

Dublin Port is a critical infrastructure for Irish trade and accounted for almost 85% of unitised trade into Irish ports last year. File photograph: The Irish Times

Dublin Port Company has announced plans for a €400 million project to redevelop the south side of the State’s busiest port that will include building (...)

Dublin Port: With a pick-up in European trade compensating for a fall-off in UK trade, overall trading volumes are down just 0.5 per cent. Photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin Port has seen a major reduction in cargo volumes from British ports in the wake of Brexit. The company that operates the State’s largest port (...)

Irish shipping traffic had not been affected, with between 20 and 22 ships continuing to arrive into Dublin every day, Eamonn O’Reilly, chief executive of Dublin Port Company, said

In a further sign of Brexit affecting trade, lorry freight volumes on ferries between Holyhead and Dublin – the busiest Irish Sea route – fell by a t(...)

The underutilisation of Dublin Port land given over to deal with Brexit has been a “success story”, given fears of chaos in its aftermath. Photograph:  Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

The operators of the State’s busiest port said nearly 15 hectares of land being used by the State to cope with the aftermath of Brexit were now being (...)

Government sources confirmed that lands at the Port, in the east of the city, are among sites under ‘active consideration’ for development by the Land Development Agency. File photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Lands at Dublin Port are being earmarked for development for housing by the Government as it prepares to launch its landmark Housing For All plan at t(...)

Dublin Port Company is undertaking three major infrastructural projects, which will double the existing port’s capacity to 77 million tonnes a year.

Traffic at Dublin Port recovered in the second quarter of the year, with volumes now within 2.1 per cent of last year’s figures, Dublin Port Company s(...)

Lorries queue at the port of Rosslare Harbour in January , 2021. File photograph: Paul Faith/AFP via Getty Images

Food exporter Cathal King has not sent a truckload of lobsters, crab and other live shellfish to customers in France or Spain through the UK since Bre(...)

Ship movements from Europe have spiked at Dublin Port following Brexit and the operator of that part of the port terminal can no longer  facilitate trains in the area. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

A busy rail freight line that ran cargo directly from Dublin Port to Ballina in Co Mayo for local businesses such as Coca-Cola has been suspended beca(...)

‘It is too early yet to say what the long-term effects of Brexit will be,’ said Dublin Port’s chief executive, Eamonn O’Reilly

Brexit triggered a major reduction in cargo volumes at Dublin Port in the first quarter of this year. The Dublin Port Company said trade volumes fell (...)

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