A five-point plan explaining how gridlock can be avoided at Dover with goods continuing to stream through ports after Brexit has been presented to the government, with a plea to keep “order at the border”. The queue-busting dossier calls for the new Thames Crossing and M20 lorry park to be taken forward at speed and upgrades to the M2 and A2 completed on time. The 50-page report, Ready on Day One, also urges an extension to the Le Touquet Treaty […]
HumberPort is to present its case for establishing the Humber estuary as the “logical choice for shippers” at the Multimodal show.
Robust testing among hauliers of software to avoid long queues and checks at the border before the end of the Brexit transition period is looking increasingly remote, freight groups have warned.
UK shellfish hauliers have warned they stand to go out of business due to spiralling costs and a deluge of paperwork now that the country has left the EU.