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The Irish Exporters Association raises concerns about connectivity between exporters and importers

Simon McKeever, CEO of the Irish Exporters Association (IEA), has expressed concern about the lack of proper rail connections for freight transport. The CEO’s comment is that the major rail link from Ballina to Dublin Port has been shut down, affecting many companies on the west coast.

Simon McKeever, who commented on this issue, said: “Railway connectivity is important, especially for freight transport, when the government builds urban and rural interdependencies through a recently announced rural Irish strategy. There are concerns about how the number of rail lines for trade is declining It affects the regional spread of businesses across the country and, in fact, the goal of having a more vibrant rural area.

Interrelated is how the outage works with the government and the European Union (EU) climate behavior agenda. Currently, the government is developing a 2021 climate plan and a 10-year strategic road transport sector. This is a very welcome task for us.I have Concerns about how removing a company’s key real links fits To the government’s overall goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. “


The Irish Exporters Association raises concerns about connectivity between exporters and importers

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