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Welcome to Baku – We Are The Transport People

Our number one priority is the safety and security of your goods and products, from arrival into our care, to delivery to the end user.

It is our job to deliver your products safely, securely and on-time,  every-time.  We build trust with our clients, and ensure confidence in our performance. Our team offers a personal, flexible service. We get to know you, not just your freight.

All of our staff are specially trained to ensure your products are in safe hands.

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  • Pharma Transport: How We Move Medicines

    Pharmaceutical Transport is a heavily regulated freight category …and rightly so. The safe shipment of pharmaceutical products, from labs and factories to warehouses, hospitals and pharmacies, is one of the most important responsibilities of our industry.  At Baku GLS, we’ve been shipping pharmaceutical goods, like medicines, veterinary drugs and medical supplies for over 20 years […]

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  • Baku GLS awarded AEO Status!

    Baku GLS have today been awarded AEO status! AEO (Authorised Economic Operator) is the gold standard for international supply chain operators in Europe. It’s an accreditation that’s recognised around the globe, and it’s only awarded to the most reliable operators with an exceptional track record.  Fewer than 250 companies in Ireland hold this prestigious accreditation, […]

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  • Temporary Storage Facilities: A Short Guide

    The Baku GLS warehouse in Rosslare is now a Temporary Storage Facility (TSF). As a TSF, we can now hold non-EU goods, not yet cleared by customs, for up to 90 days.  We believe that TSFs will play an especially important role in the Irish supply chain as soon as the UK leaves the EU. […]

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  • IRHA update on the tragedy in Essex

      Following the tragic deaths of 39 immigrants who perished trying to enter the UK illegally, IRHA President Verona Murphy spoke to LMFM’s Michael Reade.     Listen to the IRHA interview The LMFM interview is available on the IRHA website at the link below and is well worth a listen. We welcome Verona’s comments; […]

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  • Baku GLS on RTE News at Nine

    Did you catch the RTE News at Nine yesterday? Baku’s very own Mary Mullins was interviewed as part of an RTE News special Brexit report on Rosslare Port. Well done to Mary, who has been heading up our Brexit preparations for some time now and did us proud. You can still watch the special report […]

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  • Johnson’s New Deal: What’s the Difference?

    Following weeks of intense negotiations, the UK and EU published a fresh new Brexit deal yesterday, dramatically improving the chances of an orderly departure on 31st October.  In this week’s article we look at what’s changed in this new Brexit deal, what the deal could mean for those of us in the Irish transport industry, […]

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  • Positive & Promising: NI/ROI Border Developments

    Following “very positive and promising” private talks with Boris Johnson yesterday, Leo Varadkar announced that he could see a “pathway towards an agreement in the coming weeks”. With tentative progress being made on a workable Brexit deal between Varadkar and Johnson, it’s possible that we may, at long last, be seeing some light at the […]

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  • October’s No-Deal Brexit Checklist

    Brexit Day is less than a month away, and we still don’t have a deal between the UK and the EU. As part of our contingency plans, we’ve put together a checklist of basic steps that our clients can take now to prepare for what happens after Brexit Day.  You might not be able to […]

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  • Back to work: Yesterday’s UK Supreme Court ruling

    Yesterday, the UK’s Supreme Court ruled that Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend, or prorogue, parliament for five weeks was unlawful. As a result, MPs have returned to the debating chamber at Westminster today, three weeks earlier than the Prime Minister had planned. As the 31st October Brexit deadline marches ever closer, we look at what […]

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