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What will your local service station look like in the future?

Your local service station could look a whole lot different in the future as British energy solutions company, Gridserve, along with partners, are set to

FTAI welcomes Brexit delay

The extension of the UK’s departure date from the EU is a welcome relief for Ireland’s logistics businesses, according to FTA Ireland (FTAI), the association

FTAI releases upcoming public training schedule

The Freight Transport Association of Ireland (FTAI) has released its upcoming public training schedule. For more details and bookings please contact Brian on 01-8447516 or

Automechanika ‘Garage of the Year’ open for entries

Automechanika Birmingham’s ‘Garage of the Year’ competition is now open to garages from across the UK and Ireland. The competition is sponsored by the Independent

More than 50 new high power charging hubs set for Irish roads

Ireland’s motorways and national roads will soon see the introduction of more than 50 new high power charging hubs. These hubs will be able to

MechanExpert Roadshow returns next week

MechanExpert, the mechanic’s ultimate resource, is set to return to the road next week for three days. It will stop at three different locations: Tuesday

World experts to speak on future of hi-tech electric mobility

Electronomous, the car tech summit taking place in Killarney, Co. Kerry,  May 2-3  will provide a unique glimpse at how technology will affect the automotive,

Used car sales continue to decline

According to’s findings from the latest state of the market report in conjunction with BAC Auto Consulting, used car sales for the first two

TRP Ireland official opening at Rathcoole Commercial

All roads led to Rathcoole Commercial on Thursday, March 28 for the official opening of its TRP Ireland premises. Throughout the afternoon and early evening

ZF buys Wabco in €6 billion deal

ZF Friedrichshafen has agreed to buy truck parts supplier Wabco Holdings Inc. for approximately €6.2 billion ($7 billion). The news was confirmed on Match 28,