The RHA has welcomed the Department for Transport’s decision to launch a multi-million pound public information campaign to ensure businesses and hauliers are Brexit-ready. Since the vote to leave the EU in June 2016, the RHA said little Brexit clarity has been forthcoming for hauliers from government sources. However, the Department for Transport has now emailed over 70,000 UK operators, industry bodies and other interested parties with essential, detailed, information. The campaign aims to ensure hauliers obtain everything they need […]
Northampton-based EM Rogers (Transport) said its Dutch business was expected to have “an increasingly significant role” as it looked to an uncertain future post-Brexit.
Hauliers in Northern and Southern Ireland have expressed concern over customs tariffs and border controls springing up after Brexit, warning that costs must increase to mitigate the effects.
The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee is demanding more detail from the government on its plans for post-Brexit border controls between Northern Ireland and Ireland.