A disorderly Brexit could see the UK logistics sector suffer losses of £6.7bn a year by 2024, according to a report published today (6 March). The report, from workforce management consultancy Quinyx, compared the predicted growth and economic output of the UK’s logistics sector blue-collar workforce under both a disorderly and an orderly Brexit scenario. The study defines a disorderly Brexit as one in which the UK either leaves the EU without an agreement or delays its departure in an […]
The skills shortage, Brexit and the push towards low-emission vehicles are the biggest issues facing the road transport industry, the chief executive of the RHA has said.
A new system of managed migration will allow the road transport industry to recruit skills internationally after the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, Chris Grayling, Secretary of State for Transport, has assured operators.
The transport secretary promised industry leaders last week that he is working hard to address the chronic shortfall in European Conference of Ministers of Transport (ECMT) permits, which are vital to hauliers in the event of a no-deal Brexit.