RTE 2.5 million people live in Holland, a country of around 1.3 million people.
Holland is the world’s fourth largest exporter of goods and services, after Germany, Spain and Japan.
There is a wide variety of shipping options from small packages and smaller containers to big vessels, but a large majority of ships are made of steel.
The country’s steel industry is the third largest in the world behind China and the United States, and is growing rapidly.
The industry has benefited from cheap and easy access to international markets.
But there is a lot more to the story than that.
A survey by The Times/YouGov last year found that the UK’s steel export sector is the second-largest in the EU behind France.
And it’s also a significant contributor to the EU’s greenhouse gas emissions.
Holland’s export value of goods, or value added, to the economy has risen by almost 50 per cent since 2010, and by more than 150 per cent in the past decade.
In 2012, exports of steel to the UK reached $3.6bn.
It’s a huge amount of money for a small country.
Holland has been hit hard by a devastating winter of 2011-12, which brought unprecedented heat waves and heavy snowfall.
The EU has been trying to put a lid on the impact, which it says could have cost up to 1.2 million jobs in the UK.
It also wants to get more out of the industry.
But the EU has a long history of being unable to get a handle on the industry’s problems, and has been under pressure from the UK to do something about the issue.
The government has been criticised for failing to act, and the British Government has been in the process of making plans to improve the industry and its supply chain.
Holland says it has been working hard to improve its supply chains, but also has been doing some extra things to help its steel industry.
Holland was able to make improvements in terms of the manufacturing process, and even had some extra equipment at the beginning of this year.
It has a new process for steel making that uses a new type of steel, called a super-stainless steel.
It is used in the construction industry, which is an important part of the steel industry in Holland.
The new process is being rolled out across the country.
Some of the equipment is being taken out of existing factories, but some of the new equipment has been made in Holland itself.
These are some of Holland’s biggest changes to help improve its steel supply chain in recent years.
There are also new processes being implemented for upgrading and developing other types of steel that are important to the industry in the future.
The UK has also been getting some of its steel from other EU countries.
Germany is one of the biggest sources of steel in the European Union.
In 2015, Holland’s steel production reached its highest level in nearly two decades.
The Netherlands has become the first country in Europe to export steel to other countries.
This has meant that many parts of the country have been able to access cheap imports from Germany.
The export of steel has helped to offset the impact of a massive winter in 2015-16.
But as the country has struggled to find new sources of supply, it has struggled also to find the money to import the steel it needs.
The Dutch government has made it clear that it wants to improve supply chains across the EU, and it wants a deal with the UK that will see the UK get some of it’s steel back.
But Holland’s problem is that the government has not been able or willing to put its plan into action.
In April, the government introduced a package of measures to address the steel shortage.
One of these was to allow companies to buy the UK steel they need at a discounted price.
But it was also designed to reduce the amount of time it takes for the companies to make these steel products and the amount they are able to charge for them.
This reduced the amount that would have to be spent on new factories and the reduction in steel production was designed to allow the UK government to have a more competitive supply chain and more control over the steel that is being made.
The package has been praised for bringing in a number of measures, including the introduction of a new supply chain regulation, which would help companies in the industry to be able to ship steel back to Holland faster and cheaper.
But many of these measures have been implemented too late, and there is still a huge backlog of steel waiting to be shipped back to the Netherlands.
The European Commission has also said that the new regulations will have a huge impact on the overall supply chain for the EU.
It wants the government to implement the measures in time, but says the measures could be difficult to implement, given that the EU is an extremely complex regulatory environment.
A spokesperson for the European Commission said the measures are part of a wider package of new measures