Work on post-Brexit freight software is unlikely to be ready for the 1 January deadline, the Association of Freight Software Suppliers (AFSS) has warned. The idea behind the new border software is to reduce the time that vehicles would need to stop for border checks. It is intended to help haulage and logistics companies submit paperwork digitally so that taxes can be calculated. However, the project has been slammed by the RHA and Logistics UK who claim it will add […]
Courier firm Speedy Freight said leading national brands are still facing “massive challenges” in moving products six months on from the UK’s departure from the EU.
Spaces are still available on a DfT-funded series of workshops aimed at helping hauliers prepare for a no-deal Brexit.
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