Hauliers heading for the Channel crossings in the event of a no-deal Brexit will face a £300 fine if they try to avoid queues by using alternative routes to those designated under Operation Brock. Hauliers without the proper paperwork needed at the border will also be turned back. These are some of the proposals set out in a DfT consultation document sent to industry groups and local councils in the Kent area last week. Motortransport.co.uk understands that the document looks […]
The Transport Committee is calling on the freight industry to contribute to its inquiry into the potential impact of Brexit on the sector.
The conviction of 15 drivers based at Eddie Stobart’s Teesport depot for drivers’ hours and tachograph offences, has seen the company’s North Eastern O-licence cut by 140 vehicles for three-months.
The “sluggish” approach some hauliers are taking to preparing for Brexit is shocking, according to Morrison Freight MD Lee Steward.