The government has put together draft legislation that will allow hauliers to continue to ply their loads across Europe and carry out cabotage under a new licence, dubbed the UK Licence for the Community. It will also guarantee the existing rights of EU hauliers to transport goods and carry out cabotage in the UK. However the licence will only come into existence if the EU guarantees UK hauliers equivalent rights to their European counterparts after Brexit. If no reciprocal agreement […]
The RHA has warned that leaving the European single market and the European Union Customs Union “will inevitably add a degree of administrative cost” to UK operators and could slow down the supply chain.
The logistics sector has suffered its biggest fall in confidence since 2015 as concerns grow about the possible impact of Brexit.
A nationwide programme of roadshows and webinars has been launched by the RHA to prepare haulage companies for a no-deal Brexit.