Dublin trade levels hold steady after 2010 surge

THE Irish Republic’s port of Dublin saw near-static 2011 throughputs at 28.1m tonnes, down by 0.1% on the previous year.Unitised trade, which accounts for 81% of Dublin’s business, saw ro-ro freight volumes “virtually unchanged” at 725,000 units, while lo-lo volumes fell by 5.1% to...

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