|2023 has been an exciting year for cargo-partner globally, as the business celebrates its 40th anniversary in the logistics industry. Meanwhile, more locally the cargo-partner team in Ireland is also celebrating five years of being closer to its Irish customers and partners.|
|cargo-partner opened its office in Ireland in 2018. The expert team consists of over 20 employees, with the country’s main office located in Dublin and additional remote sales and service locations across the nation. The Irish team supports local and international customers from all industries, with bespoke transport, storage and customs clearance services.
On Thursday 12th October 2023, cargo-partner Ireland colleagues were joined by Advantage Austria Ireland, the Irish Exporters Association and a variety of customers, industry peers and embassy representatives to recognize these two anniversary milestones at a business dinner at Clontarf Castle in Dublin.
Fergal Keenan, cargo-partner’s Managing Director for Ireland, said: “Our growth has always been an organic one, driven by the growing demand of our customers. As our business celebrates its 40th anniversary, more locally our Ireland team is celebrating its fifth anniversary, having now been part of the local community and closer to the Irish market since 2018. Our Dublin office and our profile in Ireland provide ideal connections to all major airports, ports and logistics hubs, enabling us to help ship goods across the globe. As logistics experts, we can offer a range of transport and warehousing solutions to help our customers find the optimal balance between speed, cost and destination. Furthermore, thanks to our extensive network in Europe, Asia and the USA, we can provide regular fixed air freight, sea freight and road transport services with reserved capacities on all major trade lanes.”
As well as recognizing key anniversary milestones locally and globally, the Ireland team has had a strong year, with the introduction of an enhanced road freight network across the Irish sea, ideally placed for moving goods between the UK and Ireland. The local cargo-partner team has also continued to expand its warehousing capabilities, successfully supporting an increasing number of Irish-based customers with control tower solutions and continuing to provide comprehensive and expert import/export customs services.
Caption: Guests at cargo-partner Ireland’s anniversary event at Clontarf Castle in Dublin, including; Oriol Asturgo, cargo-partner Managing Director Spain; Neil Murray, Regional Managing Director WEU-NW; H.E. Dr. Thomas Nader, Austrian Ambassador to Ireland; Fergal Keenan, cargo-partner Managing Director Ireland; Maria Rodriguez de la Rua, Economic and Commercial Counselor at Spanish Embassy to Ireland and Simon McKeever, Chief Executive at the IEA.