Easyfresh Ireland boosts fleet

Dublin, Ireland: Easyfresh Irleland is expanding in Ireland following an agreement with an unnamed Irish transport company.

The deal enables Easyfresh Ireland to offer an extended fleet to Irish exporters and importers covering the Ireland, North and south. The deal means that Easyfresh is able to offer an additional 15 Scania units, 25 Schmitz multi-temperature trailers, 30 skellys trucks for containers and 16 curtainsiders.

Easyfresh says: “As we are fast approaching Brexit there are a number of opportunities arising for professional Irish logistics operators. Easyfresh Ireland is well aware of it and is adding new transport capacity to its well-known service portfolio (specialised customs clearance services, collections and deliveries for perishables, coldstorage and ocean reefer freight services).

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