More than a third of hauliers (35%) have felt an effect from Britain’s decision to quit the EU, according to a new survey. The figure is taken from the latest quarterly survey of more than 900 small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) conducted by Close Brothers Asset Finance. By comparison, when all UK SMEs covered by the survey were asked if they’d experienced any impact from the UK’s referendum vote, just 24% said they had. The latest Close Brothers Business Barometer […]
Hauliers are calling for the government to clarify the level of import tariffs to be placed on new trucks in the event of a no-deal Brexit after a government document revealed it has been hiked from a promised 10% to 16%.
Highlands haulier Ferguson Transport (Spean Bridge) has bought Skye Transport (Crossal) for an undisclosed sum.
With Brexit hanging in the balance and the prospect of no deal remaining very real, it would be sensible to plan for such. There is always talk of delays at Calais but we do not subscribe to this negative way of thinking as UK customs have no intention of delaying imports into the UK, but they do need your help!