Shipping operations have resumed at the Port of Cork after the key Irish gateway suffered its third fire in four months over the weekend.
A huge fire ripped through a grain facility at the port’s Ringaskiddy deepwater facility on Saturday morning, leading to many fire crews working all weekend to get the blaze under control.
The R&H Hall grain storage facility is expected to be a total write-off from the fire.
Previous fires at the site related to a conveyor belt system on site where the wheels were rubbing up against the housing.
There were no casualties in this latest incident.