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    and associated services at Dublin Cork Shannon and Belfast Regular inter airport trucking service to UK at competitive rates For more information please click here to email us www servisaircargo com Logiskills Group logiskills ie Recognised as the most established and respected recruiter servicing the freight forwarding industry Contact us today on 01 832 6330 to discuss your requirements www logiskills ie Peter Lole Co peter lole co uk We enjoy an enviable reputation as market leaders for our expertise in advising handling and placing Insurance for Freight Forwarders Hauliers Warehousekeepers and Logistics Operators www peter lole co uk Thyme IT Thyme IT is a solutions provider for all electronic Customs and Excise requirements in Ireland We provide web based solutions for AEP SAD Electronic Manifest EMCS NCTS ICS CAP and provide Revenue compliant solutions and services to the majority of companies in the Irish markets www thyme it ie IIFA Media IIFA Newsletters Press Releases IIFA in other Media IIFA Newsletters 2015 IIFA Newsletters March 2015 view July 2015 view October 2015 view Archive 2014 Newsletters 2006 Newsletters 2013 Newsletters 2005 Newsletters 2012 Newsletters 2004 Newsletters 2011 Newsletters 2003 Newsletters 2010 Newsletters 2002 Newsletters 2009 Newsletters 2001 Newsletters 2008 Newsletters 2000 Newsletters 2007 Newsletters Press Releases Passing the FIATA Talking Stick view 30 09 2015 About the 2016 FIATA World Congress 3rd 8th October 2016 view 15 07 2015 IIFA FIATA Diploma in Freight Forwarding reaches 100 Graduates view 21 11 2014 IIFA Pavilion at 2012 PPL Show view 31 01 2012 Employee of Irish firm announced winner of Young International Freight Forwarder of the Year view 26 10 2011 Silvia on track to win world final of Young International Freight Forwarder of the Year view 21 07 2011 Second Successful Year of the IIFA FIATA Diploma in Freight

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  • IIFA gallery
    Ltd Marine Container Refrigeration with engineers servicing ports of Dublin Cork Belfast www lankelrefrigeration ie Store All Warehousing store all ie Store All is a Waterford based provider of warehousing transport and order fulfillment solutions We provide our customers with a complete logistics service which includes palletised storage stock management and nationwide delivery of inventory www store all ie Servisair Cargo servisaircargo com Leading provider of air cargo handling offering warehousing and associated services at Dublin Cork Shannon and Belfast Regular inter airport trucking service to UK at competitive rates For more information please click here to email us www servisaircargo com Logiskills Group logiskills ie Recognised as the most established and respected recruiter servicing the freight forwarding industry Contact us today on 01 832 6330 to discuss your requirements www logiskills ie Peter Lole Co peter lole co uk We enjoy an enviable reputation as market leaders for our expertise in advising handling and placing Insurance for Freight Forwarders Hauliers Warehousekeepers and Logistics Operators www peter lole co uk Thyme IT Thyme IT is a solutions provider for all electronic Customs and Excise requirements in Ireland We provide web based solutions for AEP SAD Electronic Manifest EMCS NCTS ICS

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  • IIFA Press Releases
    ie Store All is a Waterford based provider of warehousing transport and order fulfillment solutions We provide our customers with a complete logistics service which includes palletised storage stock management and nationwide delivery of inventory www store all ie Servisair Cargo servisaircargo com Leading provider of air cargo handling offering warehousing and associated services at Dublin Cork Shannon and Belfast Regular inter airport trucking service to UK at competitive rates For more information please click here to email us www servisaircargo com Logiskills Group logiskills ie Recognised as the most established and respected recruiter servicing the freight forwarding industry Contact us today on 01 832 6330 to discuss your requirements www logiskills ie Peter Lole Co peter lole co uk We enjoy an enviable reputation as market leaders for our expertise in advising handling and placing Insurance for Freight Forwarders Hauliers Warehousekeepers and Logistics Operators www peter lole co uk Thyme IT Thyme IT is a solutions provider for all electronic Customs and Excise requirements in Ireland We provide web based solutions for AEP SAD Electronic Manifest EMCS NCTS ICS CAP and provide Revenue compliant solutions and services to the majority of companies in the Irish markets www thyme it

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  • IIFA FIATA Diploma Graduate Testimonials
    to follow packed of useful and interesting information The course has provided me with knowledge and skills that will be useful in my future career path I would recommend participating in the course to everyone who seeks to improve their knowledge in freight forwarding as well as self discipline because of the character of the course The FIATA Diploma is a must for anyone who wishes to receive a good grounding in logistics and freight forwarding The course is taught using an excellent blend of interactivity and on line tutorials in a very structured comprehensive and easy to follow manner I have no hesitation in recommending the FIATA Diploma in Freight Forwarding to anyone who wishes to further their career in the freight forwarding and Logistics Industry In today s hectic society of trying to juggle work commitments and home life I found achieving a diploma in Freight Forwarding by blended learning in 10 months very appealing In my role as a sales representative I feel more confident in talking with customers about all aspects of their freight requirements as I now have the knowledge and understanding behind whatever mode of transport they are using I would recommend this course to anyone in the Freight Forwarding Industry I found the FIATA Diploma in Freight Forwarding to be extremely beneficial for both myself and in turn my employers The content of the modules provided a theoretical background to many of the regular functions in freight forwarding and thereby increasing knowledge understanding and improved service offerings Since completion of the Diploma the study notes for the various modules have provided a good reference point for the variety of queries The flexibility in how the course is run means it can be undertaking in your own time and at your own pace highly

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  • Modules Covered During the FIATA Diploma Course
    Electronic Manifest EMCS NCTS ICS CAP and provide Revenue compliant solutions and services to the majority of companies in the Irish markets www thyme it ie Modules Covered During the Course Freight Forwarding General Knowledge Learning Objective the applicant will know the legal and business aspects of Freight Forwarding and be able to describe the activities of a Forwarding company and its legal responsibilities Seafreight Learning Objective the applicant will know the basic regulations for shipments by sea services available and current ships in use He She will know how sea freight rates are calculated He She will also know how international container shipping by sea functions will know the most commonly used container types and documentation for same and will also know how freight calculations are made Airfreight Learning Objective the applicant will learn the basic regulations for air transport He She will be able to explain ground handling and documentation procedures of air cargo transport He She will be able to demonstrate familiarity with airfreight pricing with examples of calculations Road Transport Learning Objective the applicant will know basic regulations of road transport and the most often used vehicles and documentation required for road movements domestic and international He She will also know of liabilities of hauliers under trading conditions and conventions Customs Learning Objective the applicant will know the necessity of customs duties and controls on import exports and goods in transit He She will know existing international conventions agreements structure of customs tariffs and the forms used for declarations He She will also be able to calculate customs duties for a simple consignment one Tariff Heading and will know of Customs offences frauds and AEP 2 Multimodal Transport The objective of this module is that the participant will know how multimodal operates and how efficiencies arise

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  • a future IIFA Newsletter Back To Top Iarnród Éireann carry more freight in 2014 Iarnród Éireann freight carried in 2014 increased for the second year running with levels up 3 higher than the previous year The number of container trains run increased by 4 over the year whilst pulpwood trains operated for Coillte increased by 20 IIFA Full Trading Member Navigator Iarnród Éireann s automotive car parts distribution business also put in a very strong performance Glenn Carr General Manager Freight said both the Rail and Navigator business benefitted from both the up lift in the Irish economy in 2014 and our performance on delivering a very reliable safe environmental and efficient service to our customers The rail freight business operated 1097 loaded freight trains during the year carrying loads of around 580 000 tonnes with 99 million tonne kms delivered This would have been even higher but the zinc and lead ore trains between the Tara Mine near Navan and Dublin Port were not required to operate on some occasions due to maintenance works in the mine curtailing production The punctuality performance target for freight trains was exceeded with over 92 of all freight trains arriving within scheduled time and rail freight delivering 97 reliability of all planned services The Navigator business which specialise in the collection and distribution of automotive car parts performed very well during 2014 and was 7 ahead of forecast In the automotive part distribution sector Navigator was amongst the best in Europe with an exceptional 99 57 of all deliveries arriving on time throughout Ireland This year Iarnród Éireann plan to fit GPS to all Navigator operated road vehicles and carry out Euro class upgrades Ballina in County Mayo is a principle hub for rail freight with up to 18 intermodal container trains arriving or departing each week These trains operate to and from Dublin Port and Waterford Port and are run for DFDS and IWT County Mayo is also the source of pulpwood trains operated for Coillte to Waterford with the trains being loaded in both Ballina and Westport freight yards During 2015 additional new business will be targeted across all areas and service developments will include the examination of introducing longer freight trains to deliver greater capacity and viability of rail freight Back To Top Andrew Sheen Appointed Managing Director Irish Ferries Andrew Sheen who has been appointed to the position of Managing Director Irish Ferries Irish Continental Group ICG has appointed Andrew Sheen to the position of Managing Director of its Irish Ferries division Andrew will assume his new role with effect from the beginning of April reporting to ICG s CEO Eamonn Rothwell Operations Director since 2012 Andrew has been involved in shipping for over twenty six years ten of them with Irish Ferries first as a sea going Chief Engineer and since 2010 in shore based operations roles A Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institute of Marine Engineers he holds a BEng Hons degree in Mechanical and Marine

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  • Partnership Opportunities A brochure detailing the Exhibition and Sponsor Partnership opportunities available through the 2016 Congress is available on the Congress website by clicking here Should any IIFA member firms be interested in these options please contact the IIFA Secretariat through 01 845 5411 or info iifa ie A further update will be available in the next IIFA Newsletter Back To Top Freighteam Ireland Ikra Logistics Turkey join forces Freighteam Ireland Ltd choose Ikra Lojistik for reliability Servicing both import export clients Freighteam Ikra are pleased to announce regular weekly groupage departures by road between Dublin Istanbul With Turkey still considered to be a niche market and customs rules regulations requiring specialist attention Ikra have the experience to ensure a smooth speedy border crossing For competitive quotations please contact Kevin Blake on 01 865 9050 or sales freighteam ie Back to Top Formal Application for 2015 2016 FIATA Diploma course is now open Enrollment for the 8th year of the IIFA FIATA Diploma in Freight Forwarding course is now open and the first class will commence on Tuesday 1st September 2015 136 participants have gained the FIATA Diploma thorough study with the IIFA since its initial course in 2008 28 participants recently sat their final examination as part of the 2014 2015 class group on 30th June 2015 and a graduation ceremony for this group will be held toward the end of August 2015 A list of graduates is available on the IIFA website via http iifa ie diploma graduates html This course has received positive reviews from participants across the years and has also received recognition from the Charted Institute of Logistics Transport as the IIFA FIATA Diploma was a finalist for both the 2014 and 2015 Education Award as part of the annual Irish Logistics Transport Awards An introduction evening for the next class intake will be held on the evening of Tuesday 1st September 2015 where participants can meet each other and the course leaders All other activities are carried out online until the final examination at the end of June 2015 Recent successful graduates of the FIATA Diploma course contributed the following testimonials on their experience of completing the course and the course itself In today s hectic society of trying to juggle work commitments and home life I found achieving a diploma in Freight Forwarding by blended learning in 10 months very appealing In my role as a sales representative I feel more confident in talking with customers about all aspects of their freight requirements as I now have the knowledge and understanding behind whatever mode of transport they are using I would recommend this course to anyone in the Freight Forwarding Industry After completing this course I can explain with complete confidence issues such as sea freight requirements limits of liability SDR s or marine insurance etc I will also be keeping each module here in my office as they will always be a good reference point in the future for any information I need in regards to freight forwarding Prospective participants for this course should contact the IIFA office via telephone on 01 845 5411 or e mail to iifa eircom net if they wish to enroll or simply make general enquiries Back to Top Timocom transport barometer Freight surplus in the second quarter Biggest freight share on transport market since 2012 TimoCom s transport barometer finally booming in the 2nd quarter of 2015 An impressive freight to vehicle ratio of 54 46 confirms the figures from this year s first quarter There are various reasons for this positive development Already in April the first steps were taken towards a freight intensive 2nd quarter In this first month the freight share on the European transport market increased by almost 13 compared to the previous month to 53 This increase was to be expected due to the Easter holidays in many European countries and concomitant four day work weeks However the extent of this increase is remarkable as is the development of TimoCom s transport barometer afterwards Railroad strikes fill order books When it came to freight May brought further increases The freight to vehicle ratio of 59 41 for TimoCom s transport barometer was significantly higher than in the previous year 48 52 A total increase of 10 6 in transport jobs delighted vehicle space providers Due to its numerous holidays overly full order books are almost guaranteed all over Europe in the merry month of May This year however TimoCom Chief Representative Marcel Frings offers an additional possible explanation for this massive increase In May Germany faced two major railroad strikes in a short period of time This meant that required railway capacities were closed and that lorries had to help out Regarding transport within Germany TimoCom s transport barometer showed a freight to vehicle ratio of 85 15 for days at a time Transport service providers all over Europe who came to Germany to cover demand benefited from the railroad strike In June the situation normalised Just like in the previous four years the figures evened out to a balanced level during the last month of the quarter TimoCom s transport barometer started into the summer with a freight to vehicle ratio of 50 50 For the next quarter Marcel Frings does not expect any major surprises For July August and September we think the figures will be very similar to the previous years There will be a slight decrease in the freight share on the transport market early in the 3rd quarter It will reach its lowest point in August with a minimum freight share of 45 Then in September business will be on the rise again and there will be a freight surplus on the market Find more information on TimoCom and the transport barometer at www timocom ie The above article was sent in by Maria Toft Madsen of IIFA Affiliate Member TimoCom Soft und Hardware GmbH Back to Top DFDS Seaways and Forth Ports to invest 6

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