Irish exporters offer AEO course

The Irish Exporters Association (IEA) has launched the first AEO training programme in Ireland for international traders. Delivered through a series of one-day workshops, attendees will learn how to perform AEO self-assessment, gap analysis and risk assessment, providing businesses with the tools they need to independently develop, apply for and maintain AEO status. IEA chief executive Simon McKeever said that firms with AEO status would be able to clear imports ... [+]

Pharma award for Irish forwarder

Network International Cargo has been awarded Good Distribution Practice (GDP) Passport status by Life Sciences International, a division of the Irish Exporters Association (IEA). The GDP Passport, a training initiative by the IEA, ensures patient safety by compliance throughout all stages of the supply chain which safeguards the quality of ... [+]

Irish exporters to talk supply chains

The Irish Exporters Association (IEA), Ulster Bank, Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail, Rhenus Logistics and Fleet Transport have launched the IEA Supply Chain Series 2017 in Dublin. The series will consist of four IEA Supply Chain Large Seminars, four IEA Multimodal Working Group meetings and four IEA Exporters Working Group meetings around ... [+]

Peel joins Irish export group

Peel Ports Group has joined the Irish Exporters Association. It operates at Belfast (Victoria Terminal) and Dublin (Marine Terminals Limited) handling 30% of all containers entering the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Between them the terminals handle around 300,000 units of TEU every year. It also owns Irish Sea ... [+]

Aer Lingus gains life sciences mark

Aer Lingus Cargo has been awarded the Good Distribution Practice (GDP) passport scheme for supply chain service providers to the pharmaceutical and medial sectors. The GDP Passport Code of Practice was drawn up by the Life Sciences industry and the Irish Exporters Association (IEA) in consultation with the Irish Medicines ... [+]

Irish exporters warn of dire consequences if US flights go

The Irish Exporters Association (IEA) warned of "dire consequences" if Aer Lingus' airfreight service to US is not retained in the privatisation of the state-owned carrier, Business World reported on 16 July. At a meeting with Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar, the IEA said that the service was vital to ... [+]

Aer Lingus Cargo to sponsor export award

Aer Lingus Cargo is to sponsor the Irish Exporters Association 's Multinational Exporter of the Year Award, a key category in the National Export Industry Awards. Organised by the IEA in conjunction with Aer Lingus Cargo, the competition recognizes the outstanding achievements of multinational companies in contributing to the growth in Irish ... [+]

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