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The transport company delivers cherry pickers, dumpers, diggers and rollers among other things.
Keshia Smith (21), Co. Cavan once considered a law enforcement career, but she has returned to her roots - beef farming and livestock haulage.
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.
This week’s featured haulier hails from near Cashel in Co. Tipperary. His Journey in the industry began almost twenty years ago and you probably know him for his custom Johnny Cash themed R620, Mr. Brendan Woods. Read Brendan’s story below!
This week’s featured haulier is 26-years-old and has been behind the wheel for what is eight years this year, Mr Mark McKenna. Mark is now one of the core members of K.McKenna Haulage and also the son of founder, Kieran McKenna.
As part of this week’s All things Haulage series, That’sFarming caught up Cavan resident and long-time haulier, Mr. Glen Chambers. Read his story in full below.
Based out of Fethard in Co. Tipperary, Daire Maher and the Maher family have been involved in the industry for three generations. Read about Daire’s journey into the sector on this week’s All Things Haulage below!
This week on ‘All Things Haulage’, Kevin speaks to a man who has been involved in the industry for over three decades, the legend that is Paddy Califf of S&P Califf Ltd. Read his story now below.
On this week’s ‘All Things Haulage’ feature, Kevin speaks to Longford native, mechanic and haulier, James Moran. Read his story below.
On ‘All things Haulage’ this week, Kevin speaks to Newry native and long-time haulier, Mr. Brian Mackin. Read about his progression into the industry below.