A trucking service company needs to go to a location that has an airport to work, but it has to get to Dublin Airport first.
The Dublin Airport Authority has said it needs to hire about 200 service truck operators to operate the airport’s crane, but there are a couple of companies that can do the job for just €150.
The agency said it needed to hire truckers for a variety of services, including crane removal, crane transport and loading of vehicles.
It said this required a range of skills, including welding, welding and vehicle handling, and they have had to find the right people.
In the case of service truck drivers, it said they need to be able to weld and weld well, and be able handle heavy equipment.
The service truck companies will need to pay for their own flights, hotel accommodation and transport to the location, but they can also hire private planes.
A spokeswoman for the authority said the service trucking companies can use a range.
They can hire trucks to do some of the lifting and loading and they can operate the crane, she said.
The services company will also be paid an hourly rate.
She said the company needs a minimum of 30 drivers, but said the companies can hire up to 150 drivers.
She also said the agency can’t go back to the trucking services company because it’s not a taxi service.
The trucking firms will be responsible for paying their own fares.RTE is calling on the authority to allow the service company to operate a crane.
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