The Transport Committee is calling on the freight industry to contribute to its inquiry into the potential impact of Brexit on the sector. Launching the inquiry this week, the Transport Committee chair, Lilian Greenwood MP, said: “While the agreement of a transitional period to December 2020 is welcome, there remains a great deal of uncertainty for UK freight operators and their customers. “The implications of Brexit will vary across freight modes and types of freight. We want the sector to […]
Contingency plans to fast track cross-border permits for hauliers in the event of a hard Brexit have been put in place by the government.
The cost of regulatory compliance for operators that specialise in chemical distribution will continue to rise, as Brexit will not be able to offer any significant regulation changes in the sector, according to the Chemical Business Association (CBA).
The results of an online poll conducted by Motortransport.co.uk have found that while 43% of the 487 operators believed leaving the EU would benefit their businesses, 40% did not.