A nationwide programme of roadshows and webinars has been launched by the RHA to prepare haulage companies for a no-deal Brexit. Starting on 7 October, the trade association will host 66 seminars across 22 locations which will examine the impact on border management and the movement of goods in the event of the UK leaving the European Union without a deal. These events are also intended to explain how it will impact upon traders, importers and exporters, as well as […]
The FTA has warned its members that a hard Brexit may force them to rethink their business models.
EU to “significantly” limit UK haulier cabotage rights under no deal Brexit but rules out need for ECMT permit
UK hauliers will no longer need ECMT permits to access the EU in the event of a no deal Brexit, after a provisional deal between the European parliament and member states this week. However the agreement will only run for nine months after Brexit, can be unilaterally revoked by the EU and UK hauliers’ cabotage rights will severely limited and progressively reduced over the nine month period.
Aztek Logistics MD Stuart Charter (pictured) assesses the logistics sector’s existential crisis