Doyle Shipping Group is the largest private shipping company in Ireland. Founded in Cork by Denis Doyle in 1886, we operate in all major Irish Ports, directly employing nearly 700 people. Today, our business comprises of 3 principal divisions: Ports, Logistics and Renewables.
The core of our business is our Ports division, where we handle over 10 million tonnes of cargo and over €30 billion of trade each year. Focusing on port operations for over 130 years, we offer services across all forms of stevedoring and port agency, terminal management, bulk warehousing and other marine services.
DSG has grown into an organisation that impacts all levels of the supply chain from moving cargo through ports to international freight forwarding. Our Logistics division is Ireland’s number one for all third-party logistics provider needs with offices across Ireland, China and Vietnam.
Having provided services for onshore and offshore energy projects, as well as a history of servicing the offshore oil and gas industry, our Renewables division was established to centralise and formalise our offering for renewable energy projects, focusing particularly on wind energy projects
Our operations in Dublin Port are at the focal point of Ireland’s Lo-Lo and Ro-Ro unitised trade, while our dry bulk ports in Greenore (wholly owned by DSG since 2014) and Foynes are crucial to the countries’ agriculture and construction industries. Our terminals in Cork cover the entire span of one of the world’s largest harbours, including our private terminals in Passage and Rushbrooke, while our Belfast operation is focused on services and stevedoring for offshore wind projects.
A family company that is now steered by the 3rd Generation of the Doyle family, Frank and Conor Doyle, and a committed board of directors, DSG fosters a close relationship between its people, and is closely involved in the communities our people are from. Our mission is to provide economies with seamless access to trade and resources and in the coming years, we aim to ensure that this can be done sustainably, pledging to help with the supply chains and production of renewable energy, food and materials.