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Lorry Driver Shortage ‘An Imminent National Emergency’ In Ireland

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09.07 30 Sep 2021


Lorry Driver Shortage ‘An Imminent National Emergency’ In Ireland


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09.07 30 Sep 2021


Ireland is now experiencing a shortage of around 3 to 4 thousand lorry drivers. The shortage is placing massive pressure on haulage companies to keep drivers on the road amid pressures created by Covid and Brexit. Eugene Drennan President of the Irish Road Haulage Association joined us on the show.

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