Dublin Port is getting ready for the “inevitability” of border controls following the UK’s departure from the European Union, with Ireland planning to complete construction work on new customs booths and freight inspection points in the city this year.
Ireland’s ports of Cork and Dublin have fully resumed operations following disruption due to Storm Ophelia.
The Irish port of Dublin is to build new road layouts, put up inspection sheds for more Customs officers and set aside land for the queues of trucks it is expecting when the UK leaves the European Union.
Bremen, Cartagena, Dunkirk, Guadeloupe and Riga have been shortlisted for the eighth European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) Award on Societal Integration of Ports.
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