Recruitment


Height for Hire now recruiting
Height for Hire have a number of positions they wish to fill.


New Zealand seasonal and full-time job opportunities
The H W Richardson Group Ltd is a family owned business founded by the late Bill Richardson and proudly based in Southland, New Zealand.


US trucking pinch to get worse
The trucking sector in the US is close to crisis point.


RHA make changes
The Road Haulage Association has appointed Richard Burnett as its new chief executive.


MAN restructure
Man Truck & Bus UK is to appoint a new chief executive officer.


Ford back women
Light commercial and car manufacturer Ford has launched a competition to promote engineering amongst women.


Dublin Bus to create 100 jobs
Dublin Bus have announced plans to hire up to 100 more drivers over the coming months.


New Zealand seasonal and full-time job opportunities
The H W Richardson Group Ltd is a family owned business founded by the late Bill Richardson and proudly based in Southland, New Zealand.


Strong growth in Western Europe for Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has increased its sales of Amarok, Caddy, T5 and Crafter models in Western Europe by 6.2% during the first five months of the year.


More jobs become available
A report has revealed that there has been an increase in the number of job vacancies in Ireland.


Almost 11,000 new company start-ups so far in 2014
In the first quarter of 2014, a total of 10,741 new companies have been established in Ireland.


More signs of construction recovery
The Irish construction sector has shown further signs of recovery, with the number of new orders increasing last month.


And the most beautiful truck driver is…
In Tuscaloosa, Alabama, nominations are now being accepted for the second inaugural Most Beautiful lady truck driver contest.


Parking free-for-all in Dublin?
Dublin’s clampers are threatening to go on strike, which could mean a parking free-for-all in the city centre.


£700,000 deal for Belfast catalytic converter firm
Catagen has netted a £700k deal after having one of its models snapped up by a US firm.


Volvo to slash jobs
Volvo says it will lay off 4,400 employees in 2014, including a previously-announced workforce reduction of 2,000.


Trucker is most obese occupation
A study has concluded that driving HGVs for a living is the most obese occupation.


Manufacturing remains on the up
January saw manufacturing activity increase for the eighth consecutive month – but the rate of growth recorded was slower than in December.


Providence secures Drombeg FEL
Providence Resources has secured a follow-on Frontier Exploration Licence for its Drombeg prospect.


Gulf gets first female truck driver
A Bahraini woman is believed to have become the first female truck driver in the Gulf.


Another boost for construction
There was more good news for the construction sector over the weekend with a report that up to 10,000 additional jobs will be created this year.


Larne Port future in doubt
There are concerns over the future of Larne Port due to a significant drop in numbers.


Ibec: more paycheques this Christmas
Ibec’s chief economist Fergal O’Brien has pointed out that there will be “60,000 more people taking home a paycheque this Christmas than we had last year.”


Construction continues to grow
According to the latest Ulster Bank Construction PMI (purchasing manager’s index), construction continues to grow at a faster rate.


Banks to be incentivised to lend to businesses?
The ECB is considering making long-term liquidity available only to banks that agree to use the funding to lend to businesses.





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