haulage licence

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

 

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

So you have just agreed with a haulage companies to move your goods from A to B, but what do you really know about them? In the back of your mind are you worried that your goods may not arrive at their destination? Aside from this fear, did you know that it’s actually illegal to engage with an unlicensed haulage operators? 

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