The number of Shannon-side operations holding Marked Fuel Traders’ Licences [XLS] has doubled since last week: Ciaran Fallon of Rooskey is joined by Quigley’s Marina at Killinure. Congratulations to Brian Quigley.
So there are now two licence-holders on the Shannon. Still no sign of IBRA members (save that Quigleys supplies Waveline) but no doubt they will appear soon.
E&OE: the list now covers 170 pages and I may have missed someone. If so, sorry; let me know and I’ll post the information.
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As far as I can see, from the new list published by Revenue today. there is still only one trader along the Shannon who is licensed to sell marked fuel (green diesel).
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Tagged boats, bridge, Ciaran Fallon, fuel, green diesel, Ireland, marked fuel, rebated, Rooskey, Roosky, Shannon, tax, trader's licence, waterways