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Brexit biting into Irish warehouse space

Retailers and manufacturers are stockpiling product ahead of a no-deal Brexit, resulting in warehouses in Ireland reaching maximum capacity.

"The economy has grown; it's filled up the warehousing and the Brexit situation would require dozens and dozens of warehouses like this one to cope with holding goods awaiting clearance and holding additional stock for import traders,” said Owen Cooke, the chairman of transport group Independent Express.

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