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Companies avoiding United Kingdom landbridge, according to Chambers Ireland.
MORE than 50 people are on waiting lists for wheelchairs across Cork and Kerry amid calls for greater funding and resourcing to ensure people are not left facing major delays.
From January, a new four-times a week service will link Cork direct to Belgium and Holland.
One of Cork's most celebrated food producers - Frank Hederman of smoked fish fame - has spoken of his 'sadness' at having to fill what could be his last orders for UK customers due to Brexit changes.
Geaney Group ready to go on 200,000 sq ft scheme, with four detached buildings off Cork-Dublin M8 motorway.
New routes to mainland Europe from Dublin, Rosslare and Cork seen as more reliable.
Cork could get new direct link with Saint-Malo - and the service could start by early March.
Shipping line CLdN says it has ‘contingencies’ for UK ‘landbridge’ delays in a hard Brexit.
Blind people and people who require assistance dogs for other medical reasons would need to enter Ireland at “approved” entry points.