NOLAN News / Updates

News / Updates

Nolan Transport Welcomes Finnlines to Rosslare !

Posted on July 25th, 2022


Nolan Transport first trailers off the vessel Finnpulp arriving from Zeebrugge, Belgium to Rosslare, Ireland

Construction on Our 20,000 Pallet Warehouse is Finished

Posted on June 20th, 2022


We are delighted to announce that construction on our 20,000 Pallet warehouse is finished. Internal racking and new WMS system are currently being installed

This Warehouse will be fully operational in September

For more information contact warehousing@nolantransport.com or call Rebecca on +353 (0)87 737 1623 for availability

100k in 30 days

Posted on June 10th, 2022


Nolan Transport are participating in the 100k in 30 days fundraising challenge throughout the month of June for Breast Cancer Ireland

We have over 60 participants within the office (and a few from the extended Nolan family), we already have 3 participants over 100km and plenty more gaining closer by the day.

If you would like to donate to this great cause you can donate through our fundraising page – https://100kin30days.ie/fundraising/profile/Nolan-Transport

Best of luck to everyone participating.

Finnlines Are Coming To Rosslare Europort

Posted on June 3rd, 2022


Good news for Nolan Transport and all our customers with the launch of a new direct Ro-Ro freight ferry service between Rosslare Ireland and Zeebrugge Belgium.

Kevin Nolan from Nolan Transport has been in discussions with Finnlines to encourage them to start a direct link between Rosslare Europort and Belgium for freight, and we are now delighted to announce the launch of this new dedicated Ro-Ro freight service.

This new service will be operated by Finnlines commencing July 2022 servicing Rosslare Ireland and Zeebrugge Belgium with twice weekly roundtrip direct sailings initially, with options for additional capacity.

Boosting trade opportunities between Ireland and Wales

Posted on January 6th, 2022


On Friday Richard Nolan and Geraint Davies(JRT) met Irish Taoiseach Micheal Martin and Enterprise Ireland’s Kevin Sherry when they visited Cardiff to boost trade opportunities between Ireland and Wales