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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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  • Our New Fleet Additions

    As the Baku GLS business grows, so does our fleet! We bought ourselves some brand-new MAN TGX trucks at the start of 2019, and after 6 months on the road, these trucks continue to deliver exceptional levels of performance, fuel economy and reliability. Environmentally Sustainable Transport One of the reasons we chose to purchase brand […]

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  • Down the Road: The Future of Electric HGVs

    DAF and Tesla are already selling them, and most other truck manufacturers have plans in the works, but how long do we have to wait to see electric HGVs on Irish roads? With billions being pumped into the electric vehicle industry across the globe, we look at what’s in store for those of us in […]

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  • Branching out: the IRHA’s new roads campaign

    The Irish Road Haulage Association have launched a new video campaign to highlight the dangers of poor verge management on Ireland’s regional roads. In a 15-minute video, IRHA Deputy Vice President Paul Jackman gives a driver’s-eye view of the hazards presented by overhanging branches, overgrown hedges and poorly-positioned signage on R class roads. A driver’s […]

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  • Mrs May’s New Brexit Deal: What Happens Now?

    It has been a tough week for Theresa May. Following a collapse in cross-party Brexit talks, on Tuesday Mrs May made a last ditch-attempt to avoid a no-deal departure with her announcement of a ‘New Brexit Deal’. Today, with many details of the deal still a mystery, Theresa May has agreed to stand down as […]

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  • 4th Time Lucky: the UK’s next Brexit Vote

    On Tuesday 4th June, MPs in Westminster will vote again on the Withdrawal Agreement Bill – the same bill that has already been rejected three times in the past six months. Why have MPs decided to vote again on the same bill, what are the chances of the bill getting passed this time, and how […]

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  • Customs after Brexit: Tariff Rates on UK Imports

    When the UK leaves the EU, what new customs duties will be payable, how much will these duties be, and who will end up bearing the cost of any increases? This has been the question on everyone’s lips in the transport industry, and until recently, it was impossible to get a reliable answer. Thanks to […]

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  • Customs after Brexit: CHIEF and CDS

    Hundreds of thousands of businesses in the UK and EU will need to make customs declarations for the first time in the weeks following Brexit. The UK’s tax authorities are upgrading their customs IT infrastructure at the same time, creating uncertainty around which systems to use and when. In this article, we look at the […]

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  • Breaking the Brexit Deadlock: What Happens Next?

    The risk of a no-deal Brexit on 1st June fell this week as the UK began to prepare for European Parliamentary elections. By going ahead with European elections on 23 May, the UK meets the terms of the 31 October flextension; they now have six months to put together a Brexit plan and avoid a […]

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  • Flextension: the new Brexit timelines

    The Brexit calendar shifted again this week when the EU27 agreed a flexible extension, pushing Brexit Day back for a third time to 31 October 2019. We take a look at what this new flexible extension (‘flextension’) might mean for the transport industry, what could happen next, and how best to prepare for the months […]

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