Dublin Port Company is lodging an application with An Bord Pleanála for its second major capital development project.
The board of Dublin Port Company has again strenuously denied any impropriety over credit card expenditure and said it was happy to face TDs and senators over its governance at an Oireachtas Transport Committee hearing.
The CEO of Dublin Port has defended the company’s proposal to limit cruise liner traffic because of capacity issues.
Dublin Port Company's full year trading figures for 2017 show that cargo volumes hit record levels for the third year in a row.
The winners of the InBUSINESS Recognition Awards have been chosen across 20 categories at an awards ceremony at the Westin Hotel in Dublin today.
The Government has been urged to commission a report on the ability of Irish ports to handle new routes and extra cargo bypassing the British mainland and going direct to mainland Europe in the event of the UK leaving the customs union.
Dublin Port said it has avoided the worst of the potential fallout this year from Brexit even though its rate of expansion is down to the slowest pace for four years, despite a booming economy.
On Wednesday night I took out a pen and paper and wrote down an alternative Dublin team to the one that is selected for tomorrow in Tullamore.
Passenger numbers at Dublin Port were close to 10% lower in the first quarter of the year.
Dublin Port expects to see average yearly trade volume growth of over 3% for the next two-and-a-half decades.
Dublin Port said it is taking on so much business that it will need to expand, setting aside fears that Brexit would severely disrupt its trade.
Dublin Port Company has opened a Seafarers’ Centre on the site of the old Odlums flour mill.
One of the world’s longest cruise liners docked in Cork today — all 333m of her.
Cargo volumes passing through Dublin Port in the opening quarter of the year grew to record levels as the demand for imports grew in line with the economy’s recent resurgence.
Dublin Port Company today published trade statistics for 2014 which show a record year for trade at Dublin Port, with 7% year-on-year growth.
Dublin Port has had a strong year to date, with imports and exports rising by over 7% and ferry passengers up by 5.5% in the first nine months.
The Dublin Port Company is hopeful of completing the first major phase of its ambitious 30-year €600m development plan within the next five years.
The Dublin Port Company is to invest €110m in enhancing the country’s largest port over the next five years.
Dublin Port Company's trade figures for 2011 published today show total throughput in 2011 was down 0.1% to 28.1m tonnes from last year's figures.
THE Dublin Port Company has launched a comprehensive public consultation process aimed at devising a “masterplan” for its expansion and development over the next 30 years.
PARTICULARLY strong export growth boosted trade volumes at Dublin Port by 6.1% last year, according to figures.
A 62-year-old man has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of his wife “in a final act of love” to avoid private details of their life being aired at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.
The Board of Dublin Port Company today announced the appointment of Eamonn O’Reilly as its new chief executive.
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IRISH restaurateurs yesterday named Dublin’s Chapter One as the country’s top restaurant.
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