Hauliers are backing government plans to create a 27-acre Brexit customs clearance centre and lorry park near Ashford in Kent. Plans for the site, which will accommodate over 10,000 lorries, were revealed by the government last week. The site, known as Mojo, is close to junction 10a of the M20 and will be used to minimise potential disruption at Kent ports at the end of the Brexit transition period. Work begins at the site today (13 July) to build fencing, […]
Eddie Stobart said it would continue fighting to build a national distribution centre in Warrington after its latest application was refused by the Secretary of State.
The Forth Road Bridge will not fully reopen to HGV traffic until mid-March, according to Scottish transport minister Derek Mackay.
James Hookham, deputy CEO of the Freight Transport Association, says that the UK will need to replace Community permits on Brexit day.