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 […]
Logistics UK has renewed its appeal to government to provide the clarity and systems hauliers require to ensure trade continues flowing after the Brexit transition period ends on 31 December 2020.
Logistics UK is calling for the government and the EU to agree three key changes to speed up the movement of goods between Northern Ireland and the UK.
Hundreds of UK international hauliers have been left confused and angry after failing to secure European Conference of Ministers of Transport (ECMT) permits.