Haulage

There were a lot of haulage backoads advertised on www.handyhaulage.ie. Keep an eye on the website for new loads every day;

 

Here are the latest loads advertised on handyhaulage.ie
*BBQ from Cheshire to Kildare
*Weight block from Mullingar to Ennis
*Cubic Meter bags from Kilcock to Ardrahan
*Flatbed router from Honeyreagh to Harolds cross
*Tractor from Armagh to Roscrea
*Forklift truck frpm Letterkenny to Ballygar
*4X4 from Carmarthenshire to Limerick
*Fertiliser spreader from bury st edmunds from Ballinasloe
*2 40hp outboard engines from Scotland to Donegal
*Trailer from kinnegad to Ballybunion

 

 If you are looking to fill empty backloads then mabye the below loads my suit your upcoming routes! 

  • Tractor from Skegness UK to Omagh 
  • MINI DIGGER from RATHCOOLE to CASTLEBAR
  • 7 ft disc harrow from Navan to Headford
  • Machinery from Belgooly to Tralee

 

For more  backloads check out our website :)

 

 

It's been a busy few days on handyhaulage.ie;

 

*40 bales of hay from Ballinallie, Longford to Listowel

*Household goods from Swindon to Tralee 

*Silage Bales from Kilcock to Listowel 

*4WD Tractor from Inagh to Omagh 

*LIVESTOCK from CAPPAWHITE to KINNEGAD 

*Tractors plant lorrys from dublin to cork 

*Lobster pots from Union Hall to Belmullet 

*Tractor from Pencader(UK) to Offaly

We made it easier for you to use www.handyhaulage.ie! From today onwards you no longer have to log in to view contact details for the haulage load. We are committed to improving the usability and we take your feedback very serious.

Last week we asked you how we can make it better and we received a few emails commenting on how frustrating it was to have to log in to see the telephone number or email address. So today we changed it! You can now view all phone numbers and email addresses without logging in!

Exports boost for haulage industry. I came across this article on Irish Trucker news website. It's nice to read some positive news for the haulage industry in Ireland.

2011 proved to be a record in the export of foods from this country as €8.85 billion worth of goods was shipped out of Ireland to foreign lands. Haulage companies involved in the food industry benefited from this at a time when badly needed, given the rising costs of diesel and insurance.

Exports boost for haulage industry. I came across this article on Irish Trucker news website. It's nice to read some positive news for the haulage industry in Ireland.

2011 proved to be a record in the export of foods from this country as €8.85 billion worth of goods was shipped out of Ireland to foreign lands. Haulage companies involved in the food industry benefited from this at a time when badly needed, given the rising costs of diesel and insurance.

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