The ports of Liverpool, Heysham and Sheerness could mitigate problems caused by bottlenecks in the Dover Straits following Brexit – despite warnings from hauliers about the considerable re-routing costs. Their owner, Peel Ports, said each had the capability to limit the impact on trading stemming from the UK’s departure from the EU and play “a vital role in ensuring cargo flows freely through UK ports”. It explained that moving non-perishable freight unaccompanied is faster and more cost effective than relying […]
Operators attending Multimodal next week are urged to head over to Think Logistics’ stand, 622, to find out how they can get involved with promoting the sector to young people and assist with the launch of a series of logistics-themed Career Academies later this year.
International hauliers face “Armageddon” if no deal is struck in regards to Brexit, industry commentators have warned.
Felixstowe Port’s ongoing attempts to resolve traffic congestion and slow turnaround times have been dealt a blow, after the chief executive of rival Peel Ports said customers should snub it in favour of northern terminals.