articles about all-things-haulage
Crilly Transport Ltd. has been in operation for nearly three decades
Hauliers must pay a €1,200 levy to the UK exchequer - Nigel Whyte discusses the concerns and joys of freightage
Jack McAuliffe started the company in the seventies and they are thriving two generations later
“I’m married to the truck”
Spanky got his name from 'The Little Rascals'.
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"If it goes and has wheels, I’ll drive it"
Hillary Workman is the transport manager for MD Workman Ltd. She had also been the Rouge De l’Ouest Society secretary for the past twenty-five years.
Graham Gardiner works for his father's haulage business. He has a Volvo FH13 and nobody else is allowed to drive it!
The transport company delivers cherry pickers, dumpers, diggers and rollers among other things.
From Cork to Saskatchewan, John Murphy joined a 33,000-acre farm
“I got into driving completely by accident!” - 31-year-old Ciara - a social care worker turned road-train driver!
Although this week’s featured haulier has yet to take his place on the road behind the wheel, Matthew Logue can lay the claim of being one of the country’s youngest truck owners, having bought his aged just 14!
On this week’s Haulage feature, Kevin speaks to young Tipperary farmer and haulier for United Metals Ltd, Mr. Michael O’Connor. Read about his progression into the industry below!
Featured as part of our ‘All Things Haulage’ feature is Wexford native and 24-year-old, Mr. Tom Cloney, a driver for J&K Ormonde. Read his story in full below.
This week’s featured haulier is 35-years-old, father-of-two, who hails from Brannockstown in Co. Kildare, Mr. Peter Sully, Sully Transport.
This week’s featured hails from Connemara in Co. Galway and is on the verge of celebrating 50-years in the business, Mr. Marty Mannion of Mannion Quarry and Plant Hire. Read his story below.
On this week’s ‘All Things Haulage’ feature, Kevin speaks to 44-year-old Limerick native and long-time haulage enthusiast, Ger McNamara of J.P.G Freight. Read his story now below!
On this week’s ‘All Things Haulage’ feature, That’sFarming caught up with 37-year-old Tipperary native and owner-driver with Gleeson’s Quarries, Mr. Paudie Flanagan. Read all about his journey into a career behind the wheel below!
A Limerick man who got his licence twenty years ago this year and one who hasn’t negated his role behind the wheel ever since, John Dineen of O’Neill’s Heavy Haulage is this week’s featured haulier. Read his story in full below.