There has been exciting developments recently for Independent Express Cargo Ltd as the Company has merged with Connect Logistics. Independent Express Cargo and Connect Logistics have been leading companies in the freight and logistics industry for some years now. This merger will bring positive changes for everyone. It will make the Company stronger and more competitive in the market and the increased resources will ensure we are more capable of providing a quality customer service.
The Connect Logistics name will be reflected on all stationary, invoices, statements etc and will be a trading name of Independent Express Cargo Ltd. We assure you all your records will remain properly maintained, organised and secure.
The Independent Express Cargo team remain as is and continue to be your point of contact for day to day queries and support.
We are looking forward to the numerous benefits from this merger. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call or email. We greatly appreciate your business and continued support.
ATTENTION : Due to the adverse weather conditions brought on by Hurricane Ophelia, and the number of businesses closing as a result, TPN Ireland will be closing at 4pm today (16th October) and reopening at 5am tomorrow (17th October).
The pattern has become all too familiar. An Irish government rolls out a system which has been very poorly designed despite having gone through an incredibly expensive consultation process. The concerns of Irish people and Irish businesses who would most benefit from a well-designed system have been ignored. When are we going to learn from our regular national failings?
Two quotes in the piece from Verona Murphy and Neil McDonnell sum up the feeling in the transport industry :
Neil McDonnell, general manager of the Freight Transport Association of Ireland, whose members include the global delivery firms DHL and FedEx, says that as far as he knows, none of the association’s members is using the code. “The nature of a postcode as a random code is the significant problem. It is essentially a social security number for a property,” says McDonnell. “The code itself is a meaningless construct.”
Describing it as “worthless”, Irish Road Haulage Association’s president Verona Murphy says it was designed “as a system that only An Post could use” and it is “useless” for anyone else. “There was no input from those whom it’s supposed to service.”
Following a very successful annual conference and AGM over the weekend (8th – 9th May 2015) in the Slieve Russell Hotel, Cavan, the National Council of the IRHA elected Ms Verona Murphy of Drumur Transport, Wexford as the new President of the Association for the coming two year term. Verona is only the second female President of the Association in its 42 year history and reflects the very significant role played by the very many ladies operating within the sector.
INDEPENDENT EXPRESS CARGO GROUP
… wish you a very merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year!
Beannachtaí na Nollag agus áthbhliain faoi shéan is faoi mháise daoibh!
We thank you for your support over the last year and look forward to serving you in the coming one.
In keeping with our tradition, we have not spent money on sending you Christmas cards – instead we have donated the money saved (€1500) to charity. This year our chosen charity is St Ultan’s School in Cherry Orchard, Dublin. (http://www.stultans.ie)