The RHA is warning that customs posts on either side of the Irish border would harm the economy. The warning has been prompted by reports that the government is proposing customs clearance zones be set up to check goods and paperwork. The RHA responded to the reports by warning that any customs formalities would lead to delays and increased costs. Read more No-deal Brexit will cause ‘paralysis at the border’ in Northern Ireland with lengthy delays for HGVs seeking passage […]
Trade associations have cautioned against adding further complexity into the London supply chain, after TfL went live with its latest Direct Vision Standard (DVS) consultation.
A reduction in import tariffs for new trucks in the event of a no-deal Brexit will still cripple UK haulage, according to manufacturers and trade associations.
Border Force will have prevented the entry of 80,000 migrants by the end of 2015, it has predicted.