Any introduction of tariffs, quotas and new customs clearances at UK ports after the UK leaves the EU could cause “significant difficulties” for the supply chain, an influential group of MPs have been told. Montrose Port Authority chief executive Nicholas Scott-Gray warned the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Freight Transport (APPG) that if Brexit is wrongly handled, businesses dependant on imports and exports out of UK ports – including road hauliers – risked disaster. “Tariffs, quotas and customs clearance regulations could […]
However hard or soft Brexit turns out to be in March 2019, the uncertainty the government’s handling of the process has created is already damaging the UK truck market.
Senior decision makers in the UK logistics industry are backing Brexit on 23 June, according to an online poll conducted on Motortransport.co.uk. .
Lloyd Fraser has warned that current trading conditions are challenging, but added it was too early to say what impact Brexit might have on its future performance.