Conditions of Carriage

Each member of the Irish Road Haulage Association, which accepts goods for carriage, is expected to transact business subject to the terms and conditions set out in the Irish Road Haulage Association Conditions of Carriage 2008. No agent or employee of the Carrier is permitted to alter or vary these Conditions in any way unless he/she is expressly authorized to do so by the Carrier in writing.

The IRHA is the recognised national representative body of the licensed road haulage industry in the Republic of Ireland. A Road Haulage Operator’s license is required where goods are carried for hire or reward in a vehicle or combination of vehicles which is in excess of 3.5(metric) tonnes.

Extract from the Conditions of Carriage: “These Conditions shall be incorporated into and shall form part of any and all agreements between the Carrier and the customer for the carriage of any Consignment and shall become legally binding on both parties on the Carrier’s  acceptance of the Consignment from the Customer or on the Customer’s behalf.

All business transacted is subject to Irish Road Haulage Association Conditions of Carriage 2008.

View a Copy of IRHA Conditions of Carriage 2008 is available to download here:

Conditions of Carriage – Gary Keville Transport

About The Irish Road Haulage Association

The Irish Road Haulage Association was founded in 1973 with the purpose of representing and promoting the interests of the licensed transport industry in Ireland and abroad.

The Association is run by a Council and Management Committee, equivalent to a board of directors, and chaired by the President. It is structured to ensure the views and needs of members in every part of the country are considered on an equal one member one vote basis. There are ten regional branches, each branch meeting regularly to discuss matters of local and national interest.

The IRHA is a non-profit organisation and is funded via both members subscriptions and a variety of sponsorship arrangements.