Drone captures “Stay Home” message at Rosslare Europort for non-essential travel
*Essential supply chains being maintained through Gateway to Europe
Video link: port tug drivers and hauliers prepare Stay Home message
Rosslare Europort tug drivers and haulier customers came together to send a message in a creative and fun manner using the trailers of its customers and the tugs that are operated in the port.
Remember if the reason to come to Rosslare Europort is not essential or in adherence with the Covid-19 HSE guidelines then Please STAY HOME
From Rosslare Eurosport’s connections with the ports of Bilboa, Fishguard, Cherbourg, Pembroke and Zeebrugge, over 20,000 trailers and trade cars have been handled through Rosslare Europort over the last number of weeks to ensure vital supply chains remain open for Ireland.
“While we greatly miss our passengers using the port, we thank you for staying at home during these very challenging times and look forward to seeing you again in the near future. Right now our focus is on ensuring that we continue to remain fully operational through the dedication of our frontline team whom are working in conjunction with the shipping lines and haulage industry in delivering essential goods throughout Ireland. We are working hard and ask that you stay home,” said Glenn Carr, General Manager Rail Freight & Rosslare Europort.